Rupert Spira, nonduality
Please read slowly.
Don't just consume the words for your pleasure, but check in: feel your own response and don't pretend when you read words without knowing where they point to! Add them to your list, otherwise they will bite you later. Each passage points to the truth; there is no need to wait, but to see.
"When we love, we feel one with the other. Love is the experience of our shared Being. Is there any experience the separate self desires more than the experience of love?"
love is a place
and through this place of
(with brightness of peace)
yes is a world
and in this world of yes
live (skilfully curled)
E. E. Cummings
"This longing for freedom, for peace, for happiness that each of us feels is the echo in each of our finite minds, the echo of the true freedom of infinite Consciousness. There is no other freedom than the freedom of infinite Consciousness. Infinite Consciousness is freedom, peace and happiness itself, and the desire that each of us feels for that freedom, peace, happiness and love is the pull that infinite Consciousness exerts on the finite mind."
"I would suggest that the experience of love is simply the knowledge of our shared Being. When we love, we feel one with the other. Love is the experience of our shared Being. Is there any experience the separate self desires more than the experience of love?"
Source: Rupert Spira, Love is a place.
If anyone confesses that Jesus is the Son of God, God abides in him, and he in God. 16And we have come to know and believe the love that God has for us. God is love; whoever abides in love abides in God, and God in him. 17In this way, love has been perfected among us, so that we may have confidence on the day of judgment; for in this world we are just like Him.…
Not to get stuck in a devotional mood.
Not to pay just lip-service, not to become a hypocrite:
What do all those words actually mean, here and now?!