17 Sep Kanako Iiyama
Posted at 10:15h in Observations
“They were looking for love everywhere but couldn’t find it because they had none of it to give.”
What does this mean?
(1) If we don’t have it, we don’t know it and therefore we can’t identity it when it comes our way. Hence, we should not seek what we don’t know.
(2) We can’t find something outside of us that which is not us. Us and everything else is one thing, infinite manifestations of the universe. Upon realizing our oneness with everything, we realize our seeking is like a dog chasing its tail to the point of frustration and exhaustion.
(3) We need to give in order to get. Love is about sharing with others, treating others as we would wish to be treated. There is no love unless we can give and receive it.
(4) Whatever you think it means.