“Explaining puzzling or difficult things isn’t necessary in order to otherwise know, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that love is always present, that life is eternal, and that I’m still hanging ten, whoooo-hoooo’ing, and conspiring on everyone’s behalf.
Your gangsta of love,
The Universe”©Mike Dooley, http://tut.com
Regardless of the amount of hate out there, there is still lots of love pushing through the time and space continuum. Not many out there can vouch for that as most witness hate crimes, terrorism, violence, murders etc.. No logical human being can attest that there is so much love in this world that we need to not worry too much about it. I agree that there is a sense of tension among people when it comes to trust, and no one can deny the abuse that is happening right below our nose. Many just turn their head away from the obvious as they are afraid of repercussion if they speak up about anything. It can be hard to say anything if everyone else is to afraid to support or back you up. Hence, this society lives in constant fear of being put to jail, or being assassinated by others just because they pointed fingers at the culprits.
Everyone needs to know that someday, somehow, something will change all of that. Not sure how all that will happen but it will and it will change our world from the core. In the meantime, it is important to figure out a way to keep on living with fear being present in our lives, but feeling secure to open our hearts and love others like we love ourselves. The concept of self love is practiced everyday, by many, but experiencing selfless love is difficult, as many do not give back the love we offer. If you give love away, you give a part of you that many can take advantage of and leave you in pain and filled with disappointments. Why put yourself in that situation right? I encourage you to be wise about the kind of love you are willingly giving away to others as you need to be very selective about it. Will you get hurt? Possibly. But just like anything in life, there is a risk to everything.
Dr. Dan Amzallag, PhD