Destruction in the name of Love: dreams and the beauty of things falling apart

by Caroline van Kimmenade

A lot of spiritual teachings focus on increasing our ability to love. Love is the stabilizing, nurturing and creative force, we all want more of that! We want more love, more more and more of more and more. In short, we want more. As sensitives, we should know better though. More of more leads to chaos, overwhelm and temporary insanity. I. CAN’T. TAKE. ANY. MORE! you might scream, exasperated. Yet we plug our ears with […]

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1 Anonymous October 3, 2011

I agree with you. As painful as it can be, sometimes we need to release (things, places, relationships, attitudes) that no longer seem right for us in order to grow, to attract our greater good and fulfill our God-given destiny.
Or we will have a huge tower of Pisa.

It's part of decision-making.

We all have 24 hours in a day. Though It is noble to love and help others (God will always bless us for doing so), we should always maintain healthy boundaries so that we can indeed take care of ourselves. Truly, as they say, "charity begins at home…"

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