Love the most difficult to love

Love is not expectation, desire, or support.

When realizing this, we may;

Love the most

what is the most difficult to love.

And that can change everything that would otherwise stay the same.

 

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  1. “Love is not expectation” … agreed 🙂 but, isn’t it desire and support that keep us on the road to finding a greater appreciation for what it is that we’re searching for? Love is desire.. without that desire.. we wouldn’t be searching for the truest form of it 🙂

    • Even when someone or something does not meet our expectations or fill our desires, we may still feel love for them. Love is in good company with desire, but they are different. It feels good to have desires filled and expectations met, but love is not dependent on that, which reveals that it is not that. It is what is left after stripping away all the things we attach to it. Much like our identity.

      • ” Love is in good company with desire, but they are different. It feels good to have desires filled and expectations met, but love is not dependent on that,”

        Travis… It all depends on your beliefs about desire and whether or not you let it control you… which is basically what you’re saying. You can desire without expectation … it can be a motivator.

        but, like you’re saying.. love is just … nothing more 🙂

        I took a situation.. a desire of mine … something that I want … striped attachment and expectation… I felt relief … still feel love… nothing more. So I agree with what you’re saying … this type of mind doesn’t come easy.. it takes a ton of effort … it’s an attitude … one that is beneficial.

      • It is difficult to overcome residual effects of past understandings. Over time it becomes natural but then we keep moving to new understandings. I am so glad you have taken from this and applied it to your life. I know you will take this to places I will never have the chance to see, and I love that. Thank you.

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