Thursday, October 26, 2006

Impersonal Love

It is not easy to love as do the Great Ones, with a pure love which requires nothing back; with an impersonal love that rejoices where there is response, but looks not for it, and loves steadily, quietly, and deeply through all apparent divergences, knowing that when each has found his own way home, he will find that home to be the place at-one-ment.

When the heart is full of love and the head is full of wisdom, nothing then is ever done that can cause distress to others in the long run. The man who is fearless, wise and loving, can do anything and the effects will be harmless and good producing.

From Tibetan Master Djwhal Khul


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