“Love, without question, is life’s greatest experience.” – Napoleon Hill
I’m writing today to dwell on an area which I think most people would want to be well-engaged with. I’m sending this out, most especially today that I’m happy and well inspired despite the tough times which happen to all of us every now and then. Let’s have something spiritual today.
To me, it is something that transpires past through the distance, the place and the time. It transcends through the spirit which it gives joy; something that is unbounded and cannot be contained in any language, even Mathematics. It has its own reason that reason can never understand. It is something UNCONDITIONAL. So, let’s all be happy, let’s talk about LOVE.
I am simply sharing a very wonderful piece ever written. I am borrowing an excerpt from Napoleon Hill’s “Think And Grow Rich”; and hoping you would have the same positive experience once you read it through.
The Importance Of Love
“Love, romance and sex are all emotions capable of driving people to heights of super achievements. When combined, these three emotions may lift you to an altitude of a genius. Every person who has been moved by genuine love knows that it leaves enduring traces upon the human heart. The effect of love endures because love is spiritual in nature.
Those who cannot be stimulated to great heights of achievement by love are hopeless; they are dead, though they may seem to live. If you believe you are unfortunate because you have loved and lost, you are wrong. One who has loved truly, can never lose entirely. Love is whimsical and temperamental; it comes when it pleases and it goes away without warning. Accept and enjoy it while it remains; but spend no time worrying about its departure. Worry will never get it back.
Dismiss the thought that love only comes once. Love may come and go times without number; but there are no two love experiences that affect you in just the same way. There may be one love experience that leaves deeper imprint on the heart than all the others; but all love experiences are beneficial, except to the person who becomes resentful and cynical when love makes its departure.
…There should be no disappointment over love; and there would be none if people understood the difference between the emotion of love and sex. Love is an emotion of many shades and colors. But the most intense and burning of all, is that experienced in the blending in the emotions of love and sex. Marriages or committed relationships that are not blessed with love, properly balanced with sex, cannot be happy ones, and seldom endure.
Love alone will not bring happiness nor will sex alone. Love is spiritual. Sex is biological. No experience that touches the human heart with a spiritual force can possibly be harmful, except by ignorance or jealousy.”
So, how much have you loved? What’s stopping you from savoring this very wonderful experience?
Were you moved by this? Let me hear from you.
All the warmth,