Friday, May 25, 2012

The Many Forms of Love

Another thought from William LePar's spiritual source, The Council.

"A few points or steps in expressing that godliness that lies within you is to be able to love others without judgment, to be able to accept the need to love without anything asked in return, to love without any strings attached. This is a spiritual love. Another love that you must attempt to practice is the love that you have for your family, for your loved ones, for your spouses, for your children, for your parents, and that is a love of taking care of, nurturing. Another form of love is what is commonly called brotherly love, but it also indicates a friendship love, a respect for other individuals, and a concern for other individuals. There is still another love and that is a community love or a communal love, and this type of love, it is a reaching out, it is becoming active in community projects that uplift the community, that benefit the community, that adds to society as a whole. If you take these different forms of love and attempt to practice them in your life, if you begin to think and act upon a decision as opposed to a reaction, your life will begin to improve immeasurably because you will have begun to realize your true spiritual potential. You will begin to realize that with all your good aspects, with all your positive aspects, and with all your not so positive aspects, you have a uniqueness to give to mankind. Your mission in life, and all have a mission, is to offer yourself, your love, to your fellow man."

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Monday, May 7, 2012

Reaching your Maximum Spiritual Potential

In this short quote from William LePar's spiritual source, The Council, they give us their thoughts on the easiest way to gain great spiritual rewards.

 The Council: To reach your maximum spiritual potential in this lifetime is very simple. Be compassionate. Be caring. Be loving. Be willing to make commitments and stay steadfast in those commitments regardless of how challenging they may be, for this shows your power and strength. This shows the god that lies within you, and this opens the door for The God, that Divine Source, to touch others in your life. Be a being of love. Be a being that cares. Worry not about the large or big things that you wish to do or accomplish. Concentrate on the small things, for it is the small things that are actually the big spiritual steps upwards. It is the ability to smile, to greet another fellow human being. It is the willingness to bend over and help the next person up, to reach out and comfort the one beside you. The willingness to commit to a person that you care for, that you love. This gives you dignity. It gives you self-respect, and it shows you just how strong you really are. It shows that there IS a god within each of you. Allow that god to come forth.

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