Love Is The Most Advanced Practice

We are not alone in our loneliness.

Hiding behind a veil of fears, 
unsure of what we are,
we dress ourselves in hope
not to be found out.

Recognise this psychology:
in forgetting that we are pure consciousness,
we are divided and weak.

Meeting others, 
we meet ourselves in our reactions.
Empathy is learning to love:
It is re-cognition and remembering.

Separating ourselves from others, we condemn them.
Learning words but lacking love, words are worthless,
as we take no responsibility for others’ welfare. 
True love never gives up.

Love is the spontaneous presence of ultimate practice.
We don’t pick and choose who deserves love:
“Do unto others as we would want others to do unto us.”

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