All of life itself is found in the nature of Love. It is the nature of life simply to love.
That which is not Love is not truth. Love that is truly Love cannot be named nor defined in terms of words. Neither can any action itself be defined as an absolute manifestation of Love.
Love motivates our being. Love is who we are. The actions we see are the actions of Love happening. Love is as breathing. As we do not intentionally initiate our breath, so it is with living a life of Love. Being loving is our most natural state.
When we try to love; as though it were not the core of who we are; we are rendered incapable from truly loving another.
Love that is attempted to be given from our own works, not of our being, are superficial. There is no lasting benefit from actions such as these.
The one who understands their nature of Love also understands oneness with God. We see that God is in each one of us as we all in God and one with another. There is no separation between life and God in reality.
If we do not see our oneness with God, our oneness with all of life, we do not see the truth. We do not see reality.
God dances in the forms of life and death. As one dies; one is born into life. If we fear death we also fear life. When we are liberated from fear we embrace death as we embrace life. Death is not the end of our reality and life is not the beginning. They are components to the dance of the eternal reality.
God is reality and we are one with God. Embrace reality and reality will embrace you. Fear is the false reality. So do not fear.
We fear because we cling to that which are reality’s components but not reality itself. It is as though we are loving the attributes of a person without ever knowing who the person truly is.
The path to God is narrow and there are few who see it. But you do see it. It is being illuminated to your vision at this very moment.
The moment of Now is the only reality. To directly engage with this moment is to engage with the path of God.
We flow with our path as a river flows to the ocean. If we fight against the current of the river we may grow weary and exhausted. If we attempt to flow too far ahead we may grow anxious. Indeed; all that we try, is only to our folly. It is much easier to let go of our effort to control our path and allow the river to guide us where it may.
Either way, we cannot change our destination – reality.