universal love

Doesn’t the sun blesses all with its far-reaching rays? It is always at work, whether we like it or not.

We are Love’s rays, sent forth to fulfill our duty without partiality.  And Love’s rays do what Love does: love all, whether we like it or not.

All nature proclaims Love.

But we think that it is selective. We can love our selves, but not our hair. We can love our mother, but not our father. We can love Buddhists, but not Christians. We can love this, but not that.

I have some unfortunate news for you.

It is our thinking that is incompatible with Love.

Nothing escapes Love. Not even our hair.

When you love yourself, it means that you love all of you. You cannot say, “I love myself. I just don’t like my nose.” The same applies for others. It is not love that you speak when you say, “I love my family, it’s just my uncle I can’t stand,” or “I love humanity, but Donald Trump and ISIS are exempt. Love covers all.

The moment you become cynical about the place for love, fear wins. Injustice wins.

Love without justice is no love at all. If love has a heart, it is justice. Justice is fairness, and no one is exempt from it. Justice covers all.