You cannot miss love, if you look at the world with love

When you look at the world with love, you are loved, because what you see is what you get.

When you look at the world with love, you are loved, because what you see is what you get. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

Those you experience to be in a world where there seems to be more than one are appreciated in accordance to how you have judged them. If they have traits in their personality that you do not like, they appear to upset you, but that is only because of the way you have chosen to perceive these traits.

Though many agree that the world is in the eye of the beholder, they still blame others for their state of mind instead of acknowledging that what you see is what you have, since you cannot see what you do not have. Hence what you receive is what you are.

So when you have love in your eye, you perceive everybody with love, and no matter how they respond, love is what they give you, because you receive what you have.

Loving everybody does not mean, that you must love everything they do or say. In the case of Alexius, for example, he dislikes, that the cats living with him bring home half dead lizards and rats. Yet it does not change his love for the them.

You already know what it feels like to only love selected parts of the world. If you compare that to loving it all, you know what is in your own best interest.

To make long short: You choose how to perceive the world, and if you look at it with love, you cannot miss love, because what you have is what you give, and what you give, you receive.


NOTES: 

  • That the world is in the eye of the beholder does not mean that you are in charge of what happens in the world but of how you perceive it. In other words, if one of your legs is missing no visualisation will materialise it. But depending on your perception, you can be just as happy with one as with two legs.
  • The above article is written within the framework of a world where there seems to be more than one. In reality though there is no more than that which is one, and as it takes more than one to love something there is nothing to love, neither to choose.
  • This article is the last one of hack #1.4 You cannot change the world, but you can change your perception of it.

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