Sunday, March 20, 2016
Today’s thought from the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation is:
Love cures. It cures those who give it and it cures those who receive it.
— Dr. Karl Menninger
Love is no mystery, but its results are magical in many ways. It’s generally accepted that many illnesses are psychosomatic. Because we often feel anxiously alone, lonely, fearful, and unloved, we express our need through our bodies. How sad so many of us are so hindered. But we can each be willing participants in a solution. The action called for is simple. All it requires is the decision to act with favor toward one another.
A look through loving eyes on a struggling person offers him or her the strength to try and try again and thus succeed. Lovingly moving the barriers to another’s achieving spirit will benefit all who share this journey.
Love multiplies the great and simple acts of goodness in the world. Each of us, with no more effort than a genuinely warm glance, can change the course of history today, tomorrow, always.
You are reading from the book:
Worthy of Love by Karen Casey. © 1985 by Hazelden Foundation