Is Love something that exists which we get engrossed in, or do we lose our sense of existence when we are in it?
Sara Oyarce's definition of Love: What does it mean that "I am in Love with you" 1) There is this thing called Love 2) I am in it 3) You are here with me
Love for babies is fairly universal
Love is a feeling of union with everything else
A paraphrased poem from Kabir "You can never become a learned person. Many have tried by reading scriptures. But whoever has learned the word Love, he has understood everything. Love is that which does not increase or decrease under any circumstance."
My intellect keeps dividing me from others, but whenever I stay True within myself, I feel a oneness with all that is.
The root of the word "rational" is ratio, or breaking up and comparison.
Hellen Keller also said "Even if I am just one person, I Am still somebody. Even if can only do a little, I can do something"
Always thought that Love and Happiness were something I could get outside ourselves, but recently I've realized that real Love is found within ourselves.
In order to get Love, you have to give it.
When you give Love, you are the first person to experience it.
I was asked what is the opposite of Love? Indifference. Whenever I try to define Love, it seems I can always expand it.
Paramahansa Yogananda "Love is center everywhere, circumference nowhere"
Ultimate Love is when a parent allows a child to take their first step without interference.
Buddha is teaching meditation to a great King and Queen. After meditating the Buddha asks the King to ask his wife if she loves him. The King asked her "Do you love me?" She replied "Well, I thought I did, but during meditation I realized I love only myself" "Good, that the same thing I realized too" the King replied.
Service is one way where you can meet people and put yourself aside, to Love not only your limited definitions of yourself, but yourself in others too.