How To Love Quotes

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C. JoyBell C.
“We all have thorns in our flesh. All of us. Love is when we stay and help someone pluck out their thorns one-by-one and they do the same for us. Love is also when we pluck the thorns out of our own flesh, one-by-one. But today, the world teaches us that we shouldn’t even see those thorns, that we should only see the petals. As a result, we don’t know how to love ourselves and we don’t know how to love others. Stay with the darkness, and bring that darkness into the light. It’s there, look at it.”
C. JoyBell C.

C. JoyBell C.
“Many people define who they are, based upon what the world sees when it looks at them. They build themselves with their foundation set upon the perceptions of others. Do others think they are good, kind, smart, loving? But I define who I am, based upon the person who looks back at me in the mirror. If you were the only person on Earth, with nobody to see you, know your name, or ever be aware of your existence; what kind of person would you be? Live for the person who looks back at you in the mirror and be that person even if you are the last human being on Earth. Too many people live for what the world will think and will see; too few people live for their own soul. Are you smart, successful, got lots of super ideas? But those are not important questions. This is the most important question: do you know how to love? I do not care if nobody on Earth were to know my name; do I know my own soul? Do I know how to love? These are the questions I ask myself.”
C. JoyBell C.

C. JoyBell C.
“Life is so short, and love is so big. Too big for life! That's why, when you love someone, they'd better know it. You'd better tell them. Love is meant for that, love is not meant to be hidden.”
C. JoyBell C.

Debasish Mridha
“There is only one thing to learn and that is how to love and how to be loved.”
Debasish Mridha

David Hoffmeister
“Relationships without a Divine Aim always "break up," for they are based on nothing. Divine Purpose could be described as forgiveness -- the undoing and releasing of the ego. Belief in the ego prevents awareness of True Union and Intimacy. The underlying fear of Intimacy and Union is the ego's fear of loss of itself, the 'personal self' and the 'personal world.”
David Hoffmeister, Unwind Your Mind Back to God: Experiencing A Course in Miracles

C. JoyBell C.
“Love hard. Love not like the world loves. Love hard, go hard, let it kill you.”
C. JoyBell C.

“I must learn to love. And when love is first there, it will soon find an object - a child, a man or a woman. When you're full of love, you'll find a way to release it. Love grows. And when it has grown large and powerful, it will free itself gently from its object and flow out over the world and the people in it - like sunshine, like warmth, like light . . .”
Ebba Haslund, Nothing Happened

David Hoffmeister
“Your desire and willingness will call forth witnesses to Awakening, and there is nothing in form that can speed up Awakening – for form but witnesses to the desire within.”
David Hoffmeister, Unwind Your Mind Back to God: Experiencing A Course in Miracles

Debasish Mridha
“Let the waves of ocean teach you how to love and dance.”
Debasish Mridha

Debasish Mridha
“With love, give up better for the best and without a rest.”
Debasish Mridha

Debasish Mridha
“The worst thing you can do is to hate someone. The best thing you can do is to totally love someone without expectations.”
Debasish Mridha

Michael Bassey Johnson
“Love is 100% percent practical, oral performance is an ultimate turn-off, whether you like it or not.”
Michael Bassey Johnson

David Hoffmeister
“Awakening involves mind training. Step back and pay attention to the thoughts that come into awareness. Feel your desire for healing. Preferences are judgments, and as the mind yields to the nonjudgmental Perspective of the Holy Spirit, the Awakening is obvious. Observe that as long as appetites seem to exist there are the ego defenses of indulgence and repression. Neither is better or worse than the other, for they are the same illusion. The miracle offers a real alternative and when one is consistently miracle-minded, defenses are no longer needed.”
David Hoffmeister, Unwind Your Mind Back to God: Experiencing A Course in Miracles

David Hoffmeister
“It seems like every day you have to deal with problems, interpersonal problems, survival, and so on and so forth. But you only have one problem and there is one solution to that problem. Isn’t that nice to think it is so simple? If there is such a thing as truth, it will be simple – one problem and one solution. If I perceive the problem to be in the world, it cannot be solved because the Holy Spirit is the one answer to that one problem and the Holy Spirit is in the mind. God did not place the answer where the problem was not. He did not place the answer out on the screen. He did not place the answer in the world; he placed the answer in the mind of the sleeping Son. And that is where the Holy Spirit is.”
David Hoffmeister, Unwind Your Mind Back to God: Experiencing A Course in Miracles

C. JoyBell C.
“You will be told that the best way to love is in the absence of yourself. But listen to me when I say, that the more treasures within you that you see and you find, the more purely you will be able to love another. We do not love properly when we have no treasures to give; but seeing the cave full of treasures within us, we love as the gods do.”
C. JoyBell C.

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