Spiritual Insight

The Distribution of Love

It’s Valentine’s Day.  And it’s a Full Moon.  So we can feel a lot today, and tonight, in a good way, or in a bad way.  Your choice.

Seems there is more than enough love to go around the world, again and again and again.  We can cover the world in love, but like food, even if there is more than enough, there are distribution problems that keep some people hungry, or lonely.

Some people will sit around waiting for love to come knocking.  Some will wait to see what they get.  Others will go out and find it.  And a few wise folks will take the time to give out the love they have with someone who needs it.

We can generate love with selfless acts.  We can reach out and let someone we love know we are thinking of them.  Don’t wait for romance, just share some love.

If you want roses, plant them.  If you want chocolate, buy some.  If you want real love, give to someone in need.

And you will feel it well up inside you.  Real love lives in each of us.

Don’t wait for love to knock on your door.  There is enough hunger, and fear, and need in the world.  Share what you have inside you.  Share what ever you have with someone who doesn’t have.  Give to give.  Not to get.

We don’t have a shortage of love.  We have a distribution problem.  So do something about it.

Share some love today.

Pass it on.

Happy Valentine’s Day – from my heart to yours.

Cat RunningElk

“There are four questions of value in life…

What is sacred?

Of what is the spirit made?

What is worth living for, and what is worth dying for?

The answer to each is the same.

Only love.”

Lord Byron



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