I Love You… But…

Love usually comes with conditions, expectations and images of how we want another to be. We say to someone we love them, we care for them, want to be with them, all the while what is expressed comes loaded with conditions of how we want them to be. If they are how we want them to be then we say we love them, although it is not a love that is unconditional. It is conditional. We have a level of judgement that comes with the love we are prepared to show, share and give to another.

We want to be loved but are not prepared to drop our guard and truly love another, unconditionally, in full, warts and all. I observe people say how much they love someone, followed by a ‘but’ – I lovebut when they are not in their essence, living who they truly are, I cannot be around them.

There is a level of acceptance we do not allow; we have expectations of another to be a certain way for us. We do not allow or create a reflection for them to live all that they are. Instead they are met with conditions. It is these conditions that create tension; even though it may not be said, it is felt through our movements.

There are many times I have felt a tension from someone, not knowing if it is something I have done, or not done. They may not have said anything but I can feel in my body there is something not quite right. For many years I sat with this feeling of awkwardness; it would at times be very uncomfortable, usually with myself analysing what I did wrong to make another feel so distant. There was always a dissecting of what I did or could do to make things better.

It was not until recently and after many years of attending Universal Medicine presentations and sessions that I have come to a deeper understanding of what is at play – games that our spirit loves to indulge in regularly, for it, our spirit, is cunning: it is a side and part of our being that likes to keep us in the overwhelm and complication of life, along with the avoidance of feeling what we know to be true.

It likes to keep us as a participant of as many games as possible, planting seeds of doubt, second guessing and blaming. We are extremely good at judging others. We have at times a massive lack of acceptance of ourselves and our own grandness, which in turn is reflected and often directed at another.

To recognise, accept and love another in full, as the amazing grand being they are, can be difficult for us. Our spirits love to keep us in a level of competition and comparison. It loves nothing better than to play it small, or to keep another as less, to stop at any cost true love being expressed, lived, moved and reflected.

What I have come to feel is a deeper level of acceptance for myself, and to see others as equal beings; that no one of us is ever or always perfect. We are after all in a human body, a form that is far removed from our natural state of being. That in itself is the first hurdle.

The lies we live are being fed to us and choosing to reflect this to all is a hard act to keep up! The façade at times becomes exposed, although our spirit is quick to jump back in the game as soon as truth begins to rear its head. Clever, manipulative, sneaky and extremely creative, we have set up many distractions and addictions to keep us busy, all in the name of avoiding Love – that is until we begin to expose them for what they are.

Moments constellated to connect deeply with another, to show a true way, a reflection of Heaven, our Soul tapping on our door, reminding us of where we all come from. A place where there is no judgement, comparison or jealousy; a place where true love, equality and brotherhood reside and originate. No bastardised versions of truth as there is only one truth, one Soul and one God and an acceptance of all equally so.

Yes, this is another plane of life, an existence many of us do not recognise yet, but one that lives within us all. That plane of life is getting closer and closer to our planet Earth every day. It is being felt; people are beginning to question life, how they live and why they live the way they do. They are feeling there is more to themselves and others.

We are being given an opportunity to feel what it is to truly love ourselves and others, without conditions, expectations or judgements; an allowing and acceptance of each other, a deep love that we have not expressed on earth in this life or for some thousands of lives.

We cannot deny what is on offer. We cannot avoid what is being felt.

Love, as we have known it to be, is not working. When we are told we are loved by another, without it even being said the BUT is felt. It is that ‘but’ that leaves us feeling empty, seeking true love and yet not thinking we know what it is. If that were the case, if we did not know what true love was, would we be questioning the love we have lived thus far?

For me, my relationships have changed enormously since becoming more open to and exposing my spirit’s game plan: switching the focus from others to me, opening up to the love that is on offer, knowing that I am forever supported and loved… that it is not a love I can get from outside of me. No one else can love me unless I first allow the love I am to flow in and through me.

My spirit loves nothing better than to keep me in the doubt of “Do they love me?” – wanting love to be proven and shown, instead of showered upon me from the Heavens.

True love is not something anyone else can give me: it is already living within me. I have up until this time not allowed myself to access, appreciate or live it. So when I hear someone say, “I love you… but… “ what I recognise is the lack of understanding and the judgement, no true acceptance or appreciation of another. It feels enormously harmful. I myself am not yet completely free of this but as I become more aware of the energy at play I can see it for what it is and the harm it can cause.

Our lives are lived on a very superficial level, occasionally dipping our toes into the shallows of Heaven. We play it safe, allowing our moves to be governed by a leading hand – a hand that has its own personal agenda, the hand of our spirit – whose aim is to keep us away from re-connecting to our one true source, our Soul.

We have a choice to choose which hand moves us – the hand of God or the hand of the spirit. The hand of God is what guides us back to Soul, to a life lived in true connection, where we can love, reflect love and see all as equals.

We have an enormous opportunity and responsibility to look in the eyes of another, to connect to the love they too hold deep within them, to offer a reflection that ignites in them a deep pondering, a time to reflect and question which hand it is guiding or moving them through life.

To truly love another is to love unconditionally, connecting to and feeling ones essence, then when you say “I love you,” you truly love them.

By Nicole Serafin, 46, Woman, Self Employed, Wife, Mother, NSW, Australia

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341 thoughts on “I Love You… But…

  1. This discussion here really helps to reveal and deepen some behaviours in relationships, Nicole, where we have been unaccepting people where they are at, because of our investments and our own choices. It’s a great exposure… we know we are equal and all from the same one source, taking our own journey at our own pace.

  2. ‘But’ is not a bad word per se but when we we use it to put conditions on another we limit ourselves to a picture we have subscribed to and leave no room for another to express in full, to learn and expand together.

  3. Nicole, thank you for sharing this; ‘There is a level of acceptance we do not allow; we have expectations of another to be a certain way for us. We do not allow or create a reflection for them to live all that they are. Instead they are met with conditions.’ Reading this I can feel how it is more common to judge and have expectations of another in relationships rather than to accept and love unconditionally.

  4. Beautiful Nicole; ‘We have an enormous opportunity and responsibility to look in the eyes of another, to connect to the love they too hold deep within them, to offer a reflection that ignites in them a deep pondering, a time to reflect and question which hand it is guiding or moving them through life.’ Reading this I can feel that us living that love is very powerful and that we do not need to try and change others, for living with love shines out and can be an inspiration for others.

  5. What we have made the meaning of love to be is far from what the true meaning of the world prevails. We use the word love to suit whatever vibration we want to put out, but not in the integrity of these four letters put together. We use it, and we don’t even know what it means, we throw it around to impress another, or to please, but how often do we truly tap into the vibration of this word and let that be the guide of our words.

  6. True love can be described and it can be read about or written about, but nothing in the world replaces feeling it in the body and the realisation that it is a state of being and not an action or a doing.

  7. Key words here – love does not come with conditions, expectations nor demands. And how often do we still impose this on another and/or ourselves?

    1. That is a very valuable awareness to go forward with: “love does not come with conditions, expectations nor demands”. It allows us to know so very clearly when we erroneously think we are talking about love and helps us unpick what we ARE actually meaning when we use that word. This is so critical especially when there are issues at play. Without unravelling what is really going on we will never be able to truly resolve our issues.

  8. “True love is not something anyone else can give me: it is already living within me” Please lets have educational books written on just this very subject -knowing this stuff is the foundation for a loving, joyful life.

  9. This deeper level of acceptance for ourselves that is being expressed Nicole, has no ‘buts’ because we are able to see others as equals and that brings the acceptance of everyone around us as they are. This holding energy is love, no ‘buts’ necessary.

  10. This is absolutely true; ‘We have a level of judgement that comes with the love we are prepared to show, share and give to another.’ I can feel that we do not hold others in love no matter what – that we are sometimes loving and sometimes not.

  11. Love is a word that is used often in daily life but it also has an energetic meaning which can be felt in the body and therefore known when it is truly meant and delivered or not.

  12. When we say ‘I love you’ it is often because another has offered us what it is we want in the way of attention and recognition … and not the truth love can be.

  13. We call it love and have huge conditions that we impose on another. I would question if this is love or control, as we seek to place another into a prison of our making. That kind of love is not for me.

  14. To finally, truly feel and understand that this true love is already (within) me and that peeling back the layers of all that I have put in place to keep this true love deeply buried is all that is required to resurrect this love has shifted my perception dramatically. No longer do I have to go out and find someone to love me please; I can take the bull by the horns and say right, what’s next to be peeled away because every layer peeled brings me closer to the amazingness I get a glimpse of when I am in full re-connection with the astounding love that I am. And for every layer that is discarded it’s like I not only get a glimpse of my amazingness without that layer, I get a glimpse of others underneath their layers too and can connect more deeply with them regardless of the number of layers or for how many years they have been in place.

    1. This is beautiful to read Brigette. There is so much to explore about ourselves that life simply never is boring. There is so much to learn, find and share.

  15. If I feel any discomfort in my body when I am around another it is not them that I need to look at but myself and the reflection of what is being offered to me. What comes up or is shown in my body is what needs to be addressed.

    1. Yes, for in truth they are offering us to go to a deeper level of love and in that we will be renouncing old behaviours – a great gift to acknowledge and appreciate.

  16. ‘Love, as we have known it to be, is not working.’ I love how this sentence is not asked as a question, Nicole. ‘Love, as we have known it to be, is not working’ feels simply to be an observation of how we have bastardised the true meaning of love and how far we have drifted from its divine source.

    1. This is a great place to start. There comes a point when we need to stop blaming, demanding, manipulating or strategising in the hope that we will experience the real deal, and accept that we may need to go back to first principles and consider what our definition of love is in the first place.

      1. Absolutely, Golnaz, for we cannot make the leap from commercialised, romantic love to understanding the true meaning of Love without first retracing and re-considering the ideals, beliefs and pictures we have bought in to from outside forces that have fed us their version of what love should look like and how it should be delivered.

  17. If we put a ‘but’ after anything then how honest are we really being. You can feel how loaded “I love you …But” is, it is not love, but a set of conditions to fit the pictures we have.

  18. When you can see or hear the ‘but’ you know that you don’t like it. It is obviously horrible and a contradiction, but the but is usually silent. It is not spoken so one has to feel the conditional aspect. The trouble is we don’t wish to feel it preferring to believe a story than feel the truth. Certainly this was the case for myself.

  19. The purpose of relationships brings us a continuing opportunity to feel how to love ourselves and others without expectations or judgements, this can only deepen more and more over time, the more we practice.

  20. The funny thing is – we would swear we live without conditions- it’s when we think things aren’t going our way that we are exposed with all the many conditions we place on our relationships- we are seen for what we have invested in – in full

  21. Where there is reaction of any kind there is judgement… a moment to reflect upon and deepen the love for self accepting and claiming the responsibility to reflect that there is another way to be and live.

  22. The fact that so many people read this blog and understand exactly what it is saying shows the ‘way’ love is being lived in relationship with others. ‘But’ is another word for judgement, justification, comparison, jealousy etc and so it is for each of us to sit in stillness every time ‘but’ comes up and feel what is really going on in that moment. Thank you Nicole for this honest and challenging blog and all that it offers in ‘Love’.

    1. “…and so it is for each of us to sit in stillness every time ‘but’ comes up and feel what is really going on in that moment.” How truly loving this feels for ourselves and everyone around us to be so honest as to stop the ‘but’ in its tracks and feel into where the ‘but’ is coming from and why. The depth this would bring our connection to another to feels quite astounding.

  23. It’s important to admit we have made life about getting attention from others as a substitute for accessing the love that we naturally are. Then we can let that simply shine.

  24. Love is a universal energy we are surrounded by and it innately lives within every one of us … all that is required is for us to make a choice to connect with love and then live it.

  25. ‘But’ always seems to come with some form of negativity, such as conditions, procrastination or resistance of some kind.

  26. The world is so ready to put conditions on love, if it doesn’t tick all the required boxes we are unacceptable. What this shows us all is how much of a lie that the world’s version of love is. Love is a choice, no conditions required, we choose it from within us.

  27. The games the spirit plays feel very well known, and it knows us better than we know ourselves, so is often one step ahead of us, jumping in with a reaction before we know it. Understanding the energy behind what is happening here helps us to be on the front foot and get ahead of the game.

  28. The ‘but’ speaks volumes and is used constantly. When at college they mark our work with ‘You’ve done a lot of great work here but ..’ As soon as the but comes you know that everything that has been said before is wiped away. The but brings in the expectation or picture of what others expect or want from us.

  29. This is an amazing blog. It really highlights the folly of trying to be loved by another. I realise how conditional I have been in my ‘love’ for others and how yucky this has always felt because when I do love there is no need only an acceptance of all that they are, whatever their choices.

  30. “We have a choice to choose which hand moves us – the hand of God or the hand of the spirit. The hand of God is what guides us back to Soul, to a life lived in true connection, where we can love, reflect love and see all as equals.” The more you sense what love actually is, the less plausible it is that a ‘bit’ can ever go with it.

    1. If we choose the hand of God to be our guide there will be no “but” possible, but if we choose the hand of the spirit to be that guide, as we have mostly all done for eons, there will always be a “but”. The spirit cannot love unconditionally.

  31. It is wise to ponder on what love truly is and whether what we call love is a word that can stand on its own, simply being love, or whether we substitute it with many different words. Then we should use the words that truly describe what we want to say. If we use a word but mean something else we fool ourselves and truth becomes something we lose our trust in.

  32. This is something that I experienced recently – I let go of the judgements that I could feel coming in about looks and choices that a person had made made and looked into this persons eyes and saw the absolute beauty and oneness that was there; ‘We have an enormous opportunity and responsibility to look in the eyes of another, to connect to the love they too hold deep within them’. A great lesson that if I had let the judgement come in then we would both have missed out on a beautiful connection and learning.

  33. Reading this I can feel that no-one is perfect and that we are all learning and yet we can hold pictures of how we want someone to be and if they do not live up to this picture, this ideal, then in a subtle way we are rejecting them and not fully letting them in and loving them; ‘ We say to someone we love them, we care for them, want to be with them, all the while what is expressed comes loaded with conditions of how we want them to be.’

  34. To live for a while without any buts and blaming is a very revealing way to live and brings us back to the responsibility every single one of us holds and the power we have. We never have to wait for another to change or bring us something, we can live the love that we wish the world to be in every move we make, we are not dependant on the world to do it first.

  35. ‘We have an enormous opportunity and responsibility to look in the eyes of another, to connect to the love they too hold deep within them’… This is beautiful Nicole… and even more so if we can live it.

  36. I love you but…
    – don’t challenge my perceptions or ideas about life
    – don’t hold me in so much love
    – don’t stand out as different from the world
    – don’t look so amazing and vibrant
    – don’t speak truth in my home
    – don’t rattle my cage
    – don’t be setting fires in my home

    This is living by the worlds rules.

  37. A beautiful sharing and understanding of unconditional love with the love we all are to reflect on and express for ourselves in the true quality of who we are simply and divinely.

  38. For me there are so many pictures attached to the word “love” and saying “I love you” and although I have dropped many of them, I still get caught by them. The only way I know of getting round those pictures is to let myself feel the love that I feel I am, regardless of another person, then let that fullness express whatever words or movements would be expressed.

  39. “I love you… but” is so common, it’s normally, I love you but I need this or want this, removing another free will to choose what is presently correct for themselves. Whereas actual real, true love gives another the space they need to choose what they want and learn what they need without bringing in personal preferences or desires.

  40. Conditions abound in our society and we are brought up with learning these conditions and living with them. And so when it comes to love, we also learn to place conditions on it despite its natural and beautiful quality. In the process we distort it and make it something that no longer is love and yet we call this bastardised version love. How much confusion does this lead to?

  41. Nicole, this is such a great article. I can very much relate to this; ‘We want to be loved but are not prepared to drop our guard and truly love another, unconditionally, in full, warts and all.’ I have noticed that if I have conditions and want someone to be a certain way or I don’t like certain things that they do – then there is a holding back and I am not open and loving like I could be. There are some people in my life that I love unconditionally and this feels very simple and true and is very beholding.

  42. The conditions we want to set with another in a relationship is so damaging, and it shows us there is such a lack of acceptance of the other person. We can have pictures which are so off track from what we are living, because ‘I love you but’ is not loving or holding the other person at all.

  43. Self-acceptance is so fundamental to letting go of the conditions we place on love – they always start with ourselves.

    1. Love what you have pointed out here Anon – behaviours are the focus as we live in a world that focuses on the seen rather than the unseen. Yet the essence, though unseen is the founding element of all of us, and it would make so much more sense to relate and feel this quality and presence rather than the behaviours we get so caught up in and distracted by. A work in progress for us all, to make it about the unseen and what we know to be true.

  44. To live life from my essence, the truth of who I am and not get wet is my purpose in life. Life is not about blaming another as to where they are at but the forever deepening of the relationship I have with self.

  45. ‘We have an enormous opportunity and responsibility to look in the eyes of another, to connect to the love they too hold deep within them.’ To be able to say – I love you AND…- regardless of choices, the love never goes away.

  46. I have so many conditions I put on love, always imposing on another, rather than bringing understanding and allowing another space.

    1. What a beautiful realisation Anon. I find the moments when I let myself be honest as this without any judgment, tend to be the beginning of the unravelling and letting go of behaviours I have walked with for perhaps lifetimes.

      1. I couldn’t agree more, I feel sadness come up as I can see the harm and that it is a pattern I have lived with for years so much so that the pattern has now become an addiction which I hadn’t seen before.

  47. We do feel the littlest judgement from others which shows just how sensitive we really are. This does not mean we can demand others to never judge us, but it means that we can acknowledge what we feel and not let it affect us as much.

    1. I love the bit where Nicole writes about the ‘but’ that comes after ‘I love you’ because I know I feel it before it is said. So yes, we are very aware and sensitive and it is great to acknowledge, appreciate and work with this.

  48. Just recently I have been exploring the word “love” in my relationship with my husband. I realised that the more love that I gave to myself first allowed me to then naturally extend this to him. It started with “my beingness first” which then emanated from my body and flowed into my movements.

  49. Relationships always offer an opportunity for deepening and expanding our awareness and expression. If I am honest, I always know this deep down even in the midst of choosing conditions, judgment or discord.

  50. You write so tenderly about love Nicole that it is living within us that we do not have to go looking for it as so many of us do. We have not been taught that true love is all ready residing in our bodies quite the opposite in fact we have been taught to look outside of ourselves and there is the deceit of this part of us called the spirit fully exposed in its willfulness. As long as we look outside of ourselves for love it is completely in control.

  51. When we accept our own journey of where we are, and the delays we have put in place, we will feel supported to accept the journey of others at their pace. There are beautiful reflections with this process in our relationships.

  52. “My spirit loves nothing better than to keep me in the doubt of “Do they love me?” – wanting love to be proven and shown, instead of showered upon me from the Heavens.” It’s quite a journey making ones way out of emotional love and the notion that love is outside of ourselves, to realising not only is love within us but it is actually our essence. I have lived love at times from my essence and then back again into the falsities of love and feeling it’s outside of me. To me the true version of love is what would support humanity to resurrect itself out of the global epidemic of every kind of abuse and self abuse, low worth, and other world issues, etc, so how did we collectively allow love to be so corrupted?

  53. “I love you … but…” places false conditions on a relationship, and in reality is a form of control and manipulation – none of which supports an open, honest and truly loving relationship.

  54. If we recognise love is our essence and that it would always be flowing through us unless we stopped it, then we would know whenever we are not experiencing it in our life, instead of looking out, blaming others and expecting to be fulfilled by them, we need to look within at why we are blocking the flow of such an exquisite quality through us.

  55. Our responsibility is to be in love – simple as that. We live and work in a way that we can access a love inside ourselves and then ‘hey presto’ it is by default available to everyone.

  56. You describe it very wonderful Nicole “True love is not something anyone else can give me: it is already living within me.” So let us love ourselves deeply and unconditional and then find out what will happen in our lives . . . it is worth trying as we as a society have nothing to loose right now.

  57. I love you….but…. , is the same as saying ‘if you loved me you would or wouldn’t do… xyz’, or ‘I’ll only do xyz if you tell me/show me how much you love me’. I always found these kind of statements very unsettling – as far as I understood love, I either loved/was loved, or not.

  58. I had a great example this week of what looking into another’s eyes can do…it is pure alchemy when we connect to the person behind the mask and allow them to be who they really are.,

  59. It comes back as always to the relationship we have with self. When I feel solid in my connection to my essence, accepting and honouring me, I truly love another. Thoughts may try to creep in to pull be away from this love for self but I know it is the only way to hold another in the love that they are.

  60. When we are feeling down and needing another to ‘love’ us it is an expectation and an imposition we are placing upon another and it is not true love that we are seeking in this instance. For at that moment in time we are simply feeling how empty we are – ie how disconnected we are from our our essence and instead of simply taking responsibility for this and beginning to connect and allow the fullness of love that we are to be felt completely, we turn it around and want someone else to do it for us and so we ‘need’ another. True love from another would be someone who simply stands in the love that they are and reflects that to us so that we are inspired to do likewise and hence are not in ‘need’ of another to fill us up, but rather can then share the joy of the love with each other. I still find myself disconnecting and feeling empty and wanting anther to ‘love me up’ however, as soon as I realise the game that is at play, I know it is about my own disconnection and the craving for my own Soul so that I can then feel the true love from those around me.

    1. This is so true, but then we also lace it with what our view of what love is. As an example, one of my now deceased relatives believed that love meant that we should be doing things for them all of the time. We saw it as being demanding but from their perspective, it was the proof of our love. It’s easy to see how our pictures dominate our thinking.

  61. To truly love and accept another is to know and accept who they are first. Their behaviours are an expression of what they choose and where they are at – it is not who they are therefore I speak up and say ‘No’ to any abuse that comes from their expression but ‘Yes’ to who they are. If I do not speak up in my authority and reflect who I am in that moment there is a tension in my body; it is through accepting and understanding the reactions of another that supports me with the tension.

  62. Love is who we are and so the fact that we live in what appears to be such a loveless world is a reflection of the fact that we are not being who we are in truth. When we return to who we are in truth then we will experience love everywhere.

  63. “We have an enormous opportunity and responsibility to look in the eyes of another, to connect to the love they too hold deep within them, to offer a reflection that ignites in them a deep pondering, a time to reflect and question which hand it is guiding or moving them through life.” This is so beautiful Nicole. What a difference we can make to the world when we doo this….And then the domino effect….

  64. From seeking to find a version of love that centred on ‘one’ other, I’ve now found a deeper quality of love within myself, in my work and with clients. Love is where-ever we are.

      1. So true Sue … it is the quality of love we have for ourselves that is then naturally on offer for everyone around us; so too, if we are empty then that is what will be with us everywhere we go.

  65. A TV programme featured two parents who in their attempt to compensate for adopted twin boys with autism and epilepsy and in sympathy, felt compelled to indulge them with grossly expensive gifts, toys and clothes. They were supported to strip back excessive spending and understand that the main ingredient needed was not material possessions, but love.

    1. Yes, material possessions can never compensate for the lack of love. Why do celebrities – who can pay for expensive items feel less than, unless they get the high from their last performance, feeding off their audience? loving ourselves – and others – is the true gift – not material ‘stuff’.

    1. On my first workshop with Serge Benhayon we explored the difference between sending love and being love. It transformed my understanding of Love, but took much longer for me to embody and live it.

    2. I am deepening my understanding of this and realising the consequences. The development of my love for myself, the steadiness and sureness I feel as this deepens, impacts every aspect of my life in a super cool way.

  66. Thank you for this brilliant blog Nicole. To understand we have a spirit that is running the show, and is very cunning and manipulative, and all about maintaining it’s individuality regardless of the consequences to our body and those around us, is a great starting point to see what is at play in our daily choices and behaviours. There is no true love in this way of life.
    We are part of a whole, grand universe that requires us to become responsible for how we live and the grandness and love we are.

  67. The word “but’ is a very loaded word. Its full of our needs, our hurts, our compromises, our way of down grading the meaning of the word love so that we do not take and live the responsibility of what this word means.

  68. Most of us misunderstand the meaning of true love. The love we express is conditional, measured and expects to get something back for what we’ve put in. This version of love, broken from the start, unsurprisingly leaves us feeling constantly needy and unloved. True love emanates from within us and is free of conditions as we can freely offer love through our movements and expression.

  69. The more the spirit and its individual, selfish way gets exposed, the more aware we become of what is actually running us, and what is behind all our choices; the hand of God or the hand of spirit – always our choice.

  70. Understanding what true love is, is like an unfolding love affair with ourselves. As we peel away layers of need and protection, we discover it is more a deepening of the love we have for ourselves and God, rather than what we do for others.

  71. The fallback, never expiring, get out of jail free card, the magic, But! It allows us to stay sitting on the fence and never commit. By not committing we are just a part of the silent majority working for our spirit!

    1. Totally agreed and something I was so confused with growing up, what was love, who would love where love came from. Having that clarity today through the love and support of Serge is everything.

  72. If, rather than permanently leaning on the flood gates of life in a feeble attempt to force them to stay shut, we allowed them to open, then a torrent of love would flow through us that would almost knock us off our feet.

  73. It is with so many things in life, if we allowed ourselves to truly reflect upon them we would find that how we live does not make sense and that the answers how to live are right there in front of us and very simple.

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