All You Need Is Love

It's often said by many that all you need is love. Love will cure any problem or misunderstanding ... that its the answer to loneliness, depression, anxiety, and fear.

I do believe that love is the antidote to most peoples fears. However, it is not a one fix for all but when love enters into your heart and mind, it becomes difficult for fear to continue to be your only guide.

What you find happening around the world to a lot of people who have been jadded by the hardknocks of life, is an indifference at doing the right thing and at standing up in opposition to evil.

These people become those who stand on the sidelines and watch pain and abuse spread but refuse to get involved.

If all you need is love ... madness, mental illness, and corruption would be extinct.

Love doesn't empower all people to do what is right nor dose it have the same effect on every person who feels loved.

In the context of a relationship, and in the case of a bad relationship, love isn't all you need. People who have been emotionally damaged by abuse and neglect, need to heal their emotional wounds so that they don't stand in opposition of love but in concert with it.

Love will make a hard heart soft, give pause to cruelty, and make ones world more abundant but first, it must be encountered, embraced, and experienced to be truely known and shared with others.

You're partly right to think that all you need is love but the other half of that is recognizing that to get to a place of unconditional loving requires a reawakening to a much different vision than the one you might currently hold.

Your ego will need to be distinguished so that your spirit self can take center stage. Unfortunately, this is a war within yourself that few people ever win.

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