Love. One simple word. So much meaning. The bottom line of the human experience. We want it, we seek it, we are grateful for it, we miss it, we cherish it, at times we are scared of it, but we always need it. Some of us are skilled at finding it. Others of us are not. The thing we all share at our roots is our capacity for it and our desire to have it. And this is the big secret of course. Where would we be if we were all living consciously with love in our hearts?

Love comes in all forms. In all shapes and sizes. And if you look closely you have had it or have it now in your life. If you don’t have it now, know that you will again…or just look a little closer, you may be surprised to find it in the most unexpected of places. There’s no such thing as being unlovable. That’s just fear talking. Love finds us all. So hug your friend, pet your dog, say a prayer, hold your child close, cherish your teacher, kiss your partner, look deeply into the eyes of the one who holds your heart. Be aware of and be grateful for your ability to love and feel loved. Because really, that’s where our meaning in life comes from…through true connection with another. And that’s what it’s all about. Isn’t it?

Be happy and well,
Sari Roth-Roemer

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