When we need emotional love to feel that we have love, though, we always need someone else in the equation. If we’re single, we’re afraid we’re never going to have any love. And if we’re with someone, we’re terrified of losing them. That’s because we see love as a need waiting to be met, rather than an innate quality ready to be shared.
I'll be discussing principles from "A Return to Love" by Marianne Williamson and "Be Love Now" by Ram Dass. Sunday, February 24th at 10a.m. 6 Arch Street, Greenfield, MA.
Listen now to the 20-minute talk.
Love exists in all of us. It’s the core of our deepest self. In The Path to Tranquility, the Dalai Lama said, “The foundation of all spiritual practice is love. That you practice this well is my only request.”