You may have heard “Love has won!”. This may be a visceral, mystical experience, or something parts of us are wanting to believe even if the ‘evidence’ proves otherwise. If we can feel and trust this as a universal Truth, then what is occurring in our personal worlds and The World at large is a grand play-out of Love trying its damndest to reach each and every one of us.
The question is, could we let in Love even if it was right in front of us? How do we define what Love is? Love may come in the form of a challenge and it could feel like a bully. It may come in as surrender and we are too fused to our control and fear to not see it as acquiescing or dominance. It may come in as silence and feel as if we are not being heard.
Love wants us to reason and to feel. It wants us to come closer to it and become intimate with it. It is not looking to just solve, but to be willing to feel what the ‘problem’ is. If Love has won, then it too is the solution. But again, what is Love?
Is it responding to guilt? Is it blissful ignorance? Is it radical honesty? Is it wide knowledge? Is it being a warrior or a hero? Is it giving without receiving? Is it receiving without giving? The questions can go on ad infinitum. My point is that there are so many ways in which we, and parts of us, relate to what Love is.
In the heaviest of situations, even suffering or pain can be interpreted as Love. There is a giant game of “What is Love?” going on in the world today. It has been that way from time immemorial. I guess the question really is, “What would you like Love to Be?”.
Do you really want to poked and prodded? Do you really want to fight all the time? Do you really want to be afraid? Do you really want to just survive? What is it that you truly want to be a part of that may seem like La-La Land to a more judging, doubtful part of you?
I encourage myself and my parts to feel that world that seems impossible or improbable. Even when in the heaviest of places, for it is that world that is more real to me, not just the most hopeful or desired. It is that world where Love wants me and all of us to imagine, create, embody, and heal toward. It lives on the other side of the portal of our fear, our pain, and our doubt. Without it, what kind of world do we end up with?
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