We find each other, the ones that seek love. The price of love is truth.

There are days when you come face to face with self.  These are usually the hardest days of your life.  In one moment, you will decide what the rest of your life will look like.  There are only two choices.  Choose the path of fear that tells you this is all you will ever be or have, so you might as well get what you can.  You do not believe you deserve anything more and your life will stop.  You will be living a lie.  If your life is a lie then your life is a waste.

 

The great thing is the other choice is the path to self-love that leads to unconditional love for others because you have it for yourself.  Unconditional does not mean you expect less of yourself.  It really demands that you take responsibility for the choices you have made thus far.  This will empower you to make wiser choices.  The choices that serve your “Highest” good and   that are the absolute for your purpose.

 

This path to truth will try everything you say you are.  Only the path of love will help you evolve to another level of self.  A more authentic soul is all most of us desire.  When it is all said and done, we just want to serve and we accept that means some days we will be alone but the journey to love is not lonely.  Love does not hurt.

 

We find each other, the ones that seek love.  The price of love is truth.

~~~~~mozayik “the souls’ poet

 

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5 thoughts on “We find each other, the ones that seek love. The price of love is truth.

  1. t h i n g s + f l e s h December 6, 2013 — 3:06 pm

    Mr. Cole is one of my favorite singers, and i sing this to my two-year-old nearly every night before he falls asleep. just lovely. tony

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    1. Thanks for stopping by. Yes indeed, this is a classic that will not ever lose it’s profound effect on us all.

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  2. Mozayik, thank you for stopping by my blog and the pingback to my post. I appreciate your creating the time. Peace be yours, Eric.

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