“Love is impartial and universal in its adaptation and bestowals.” (Science and Health, page 13)
Divine Love has got you covered, encircled, provided for, nurtured, understood. This Love does not desert you, elude you, deny you the best, or require you to be anything more than who you are. You are dearly, sincerely, clearly loved by God, divine Love, and this is a forever fact for you and for all.
Let’s not narrow our sense of love and so miss its fullness. Love is impartial. It doesn’t play favorites. It is that infinite idea that is always right where we are, within us, around us, and always for us. This Love may instruct us out of our fears and false beliefs, but it does not punish us or leave us without understanding or comfort. Our True Love is true, faithful, and expressive.
Love is universal. It reaches the bounds of the earth and encompasses it. Each idea within its embrace is tenderly cared for, individually adored, conscientiously seen and guided. Divine Love does not give without specificity. Its adaptations are built for each of us, to show us just why we are special and just what is right for our real happiness. This love bestows more than candy, flowers, and kisses. Divine Love bestows peace, lasting joy, thorough comfort, and a life that only wants to reflect that love all around.
Rejoice in Love every day, for this perfect Love is with you every day, as the One Who loved you first, always, forever, today!
Happy Valentine’s Day!
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Happy Valentine’s Day!! I love this post today!!
And a very Happy Valentine’s Day to you, too, Pat!