Saturday, September 27, 2014

Shower the People You Love With Love

"Shower the people you love with love" is but one of the many lyrical pearls brought forth by the fabulous James Taylor. If I could have but one artist's music on a desert island, he would win hands down.

How many of us spend our lives busy with work or other mundane chores, lost in our maudlin emotional stories of "what happened," and missing the opportunity to shower the people we love with love.

Actually, for those saintly people in tune with life in all its forms, there is not one place where love does not exist, or cannot be shared. So as we pour forth our love on people, mother earth, her creatures and plants, a wonderful inner cleansing takes place as well.

A fountain of love can pour through us to quench the thirst of the lost, as well as the found. And in this win-win situation, all is well with the world.

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