“Keep love in your heart. A life without it is like a sunless garden when the flowers are dead.” – Oscar Wilde
If everyone takes the principles of love seriously, the world will be a better place. I’m not talking about love because of who the person is, the nativity, or the religion. No. I am talking about the love we all share as humans.
Of course, we all have faults – as human beings. But when you see weakness in another, you need to understand that the failure is part of that person’s makeup and it is they who need to change, to make the correction. All you can do is support them with love and understanding, while at the same time, strive to improve your own self.
When you love like this, you become a co-Creator with God, bringing healing to the world.
Have a Loving Day!
Did you know? – Roses are a traditional symbol of love and, depending on their colour, can suggest different nuances of love. For examples, red roses indicate passion and true love, light pink suggests desire, passion, and energy, dark pink suggests gratitude, yellow roses can mean friendship or jealousy, lavender or thornless rose can mean love at first sight, white roses mean virtue or devotion.