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3/02/2009

What is important?

The man who feels love without giving love is like a sack of money, which fell into an abyss.

All right, theory and practice .... It is not sufficient to carry a beautiful world inside me. I need to find ways to express beauty in everyday life and to share it. Every day, I can sow a lot of beauty and love in other people who will sow ....

I love it when the idea is so simple and straightforward... Why do I still do too little?

Or have I just every day the feeling of having done too little?

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

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Jena Isle said...

That's what you feel, Ray but you're influencing readers positively by your enlightening articles. Thanks for sharing.

Tomas Karkalas said...

Wow, your verses looks like my own diary!

Thank you for the unexplainable warmth that flew from your post to me and thus helped not to fear the Internet fees

enreal said...

You seem to not see all there is too see... to want to do much is the greatest of all gifts. In this intention is the key to what is important...

I am sure you do not see what you do... as I can see you do so much and share so much... it is this doubt which you carry your gift of burden...

What is important? You share much and in return we share much... to want and do is the first of the great journey.

Peace and Light to you, my great intended friend!

Robin said...

we naturally want to share the love we feel. We do it with our creativity - we have to trust our flow.

PinkLady said...

Love is meant to be shared. Yes, like a sack of money stuck in an abyss, love becomes meaningless when it is all bottled up inside. What is important is to give love without expecting anything in return. No pressure, no price, no condition. Just pure love.

Another thought-provoking post again, Ray. Keep it up!

Bing (",)

ssgreylord said...

i love the simplicity of your messages. they are simple and beautiful and filled with wisdom.

you are a blessing and teacher to all who spend time here.