What we are born with

Love is what we are born with. Fear is what we learn. The spiritual journey is the unlearning of fear and prejudices and the acceptance of love back in our hearts. Love is the essential reality and our purpose on earth. To be consciously aware of it, to experience love in ourselves and others, is the meaning of life. Meaning does not lie in things. Meaning lies in us. ~Marianne Williamson



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  1. Mark Tyson

    October 24, 2014

    good morring my freinds

  2. Carlos Bation

    October 24, 2014

    True ..beautiful scenery very peaceful ..sweet dreams ..Ingat

  3. Amr Zaki

    October 24, 2014

    Amazing my friend
    Have a beautiful days for you and you family my dear friend ..

  4. S. R. Singh

    October 24, 2014

    Very True. Great Post.

  5. N Sekar

    October 24, 2014

    Love yourself & be a love to every one

  6. Mike Dawson

    October 25, 2014

    Why is that do you suppose?

  7. Alicia Calimlim

    October 25, 2014

    Yes absolutely,we are born to love and to be love.…hugs sister.

  8. Allan Paul

    October 25, 2014

    GoodMorning jen! Have a lovely day with good health. Good post

  9. New Marma

    October 25, 2014

    Very nice … No comment…

  10. Ronnie Martin

    October 25, 2014

    God forms you, sin deforms you, Christ reforms you. Excellent post Jen, hope you have a great weekend !


    October 25, 2014

    Very natural seen so beautifulp

  12. ali yahaya

    October 25, 2014

    In deed love is the pricipal thing,thank you.
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  13. Kate Anne

    October 25, 2014

    ..♥ღ*°•.¸☆* Bella Mia ..♥ღ*°•.¸☆*

  14. terence williams

    October 25, 2014

    Very astute quote you use Jen combined with beautiful imagery…

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