Pass on Unconditional Love Right Now!

You are the catalyst to my greater love. Your existence right here, right now, awakens in me another time, another place, when unconditional love blessed me.

My grandmother loved me this way, unconditionally. So did my dog, Willie. I think of them both when I need to love deeply.

I’ll think of you now while contemplating the divine you also have helped ignite, and allow me to shine a light on. I’ll carry that light always, and in the darkest hours of forever more, I’ll have our brief moment to reflect on when there seems no love will ever come my way again.

Pass it on. Pass it on.

This kind of love is  not ours to keep, but to share until the day we die and find the consciousness of love is eternal. It never extinguishes.

The spiritual love we obtain in this life, the Kabbalistic student says, is retained for our next life. It is in the giving that we receive and when we receive love for the pure act of giving love, we become twice loved.

Pass it on. Pass it on.

Who loves you? You know I do. I always will. Forevermore!

Pass it on. Pass it on.

7 comments on “Pass on Unconditional Love Right Now!

  1. You are the real deal. So glad we ‘bumped’ into each other today and shared some of our stories. Thank you for your fabulous posts.

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    • contoveros says:

      Wow. I am still digesting the fact that I now have a friend taught by the same Zen master. We must get together, Barbara, when our teacher can once again guide us. let me know when Kathy is offering her next gathering. I wouldn’t want to miss it or the world!

      Michael j,
      your brother in arms of an angel!

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  2. Beechmount says:

    Most mothers love their children unconditionally, especially when they are very young, but as they grow older, mature and change along with a world that makes them change, that mother love also changes. Nothing, however, has a greater influence on a persons life than the memory of a happy childhood, filled with love and care by parents, grandparents and the extended family that comes with them. How can a person love others if he or she never experienced love in their childhood?

    Beechmount

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    • contoveros says:

      “Nothing . . . has a greater influence on a persons life than the memory of a happy childhood, filled with love and care by parents, grandparents and the extended family that comes with them!

      How can a person love others if he or she never experienced love in their childhood?”

      This says it all. Thank you.

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  3. Unconditional love is so rare and so elusive but we must always seek it, emanate it and pass it on…

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    • contoveros says:

      Once it manifests, you gotta recognize it, live it, and then pass it on. I don’t care if it’s to or from an animal, unconditional love is so rare we’re lucky to find it where ever and from whom ever it might arise. How fortunate are we, my symbol-reader goddess, to enjoy and help manufacture it among the many more than one. Starting with our selves with forgiveness and lots of good ‘ole-fashioned love and compassion!

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