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Hari Om
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'Freedays' are the 'gather our thoughts' days; Q&As; a general review of the week so far…

Today we look at the fourth candle of Advent, which will be lit on the crown of radiance this weekend. LOVE.

No small love is meant here. This is Love with the capital 'ell'. The Love which knows no possession, no lust, no jealousy, no pain…………

Oh, that we could experience that One Pure Love which embraces all without hesitation or hindrance, without fear or favour, without pomp or prejudice!

Such a Love there is. Ever-present, awaiting your attention. All it requires of you is the opening of your heart, your core. Seek it not in places of shade and sorrow. You will find it not in objects, neither by taking to the trees. This is not the Love of others nor theirs for you; such love is but a pale imitation of The Truth of Love.

Allowing the entry of Love enlarges all other loves. Walking in Love brings everything into focus. It permits release of all which binds. There are no shackles in Love. There is no time or space for Love. There is no dimension, yet it illumines all dimensions. It is the ultimate freedom.

The epitome of Love are those great souls who come to birth and live a life of example, to be guiding lights for others who would take up the mantel of Love. 

Contemplate Love, with the capital 'ell'.
May you find the opening in your centre which will permit the entry of Love.

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