Tuesday, June 16, 2015
Today’s thought from Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation is:
One of the attributes of love . . .
is to bring harmony and order out of chaos.
— Molly Haskell
Have we forgotten how to love in our hurried passage through life? Perhaps we need reminding that love focuses our attention and guides our direction. Our actions aren’t hurried and our feelings aren’t confused and unraveled when we’re loving others and ourselves. Love offers form and enhancement to each moment.
When we experience the love of another, we remember our importance, and theirs, to the circle of life, and we feel encouraged, at times even impelled, to share the enchantment of love with someone new.
When the day’s frantic activities crowd the heart’s silent places, we must slow our pace and take notice of the loved ones in our presence, there by intent, remembering with them the design that has captured us and given meaning to our lives.
Love creates music from the disharmony of our haphazard life choices. Giving it away is like a song of happiness emerging from our hearts.
You are reading from the book:
Worthy of Love by Karen Casey. © 1985 by Hazelden Foundation