Happy Monday my friends,
There are many forms of love. There is the love for family and their is love for friends. Love is a very powerful emotion. Let’s direct our love, as an extended family, toward each other. If someone has hurt or offended you in the past, I say, “Let it go and leave it in the past.” If we can start right here amongst ourselves, think how much better we will be able to continue toward our goal of being that positive and healthy person.
“Who, being loved, is poor?” (Oscar Wilde)
The Beatles sang that money can’t buy love. It’s true. Love is its own sort of wealth, more precious than any material wealth. And if we were to sit down and really tally this wealth, we might be surprised at how well off we are. The love of a spouse or partner, of family members and friends-these accounts can quickly add up.One thing we have to remember, though: Love is like friendship. We can’t expect to receive it unless we’re willing to give it in kind.
NOTE TO SELF
I will say “I love you” at least once today. And I’ll mean it. (Linda Picone)
What is most needed is a loving heart. (Buddha)
We are not held back by the love we didn’t receive in the past, but by the love we’re not extending in the present. (Marianne Williamson)
You never lose by loving. You always lose by holding back. (Barbara DeAngelis)
Wishing everyone a wonderful week,
Susie Q for QSPAC signing off