A recent post on Dane Wigington’s GeoengineeringWatch.com in the comments quoted:
“And, do you realize that whenever you felt love, for any reason whatsoever, you irrevocably lifted the entire planet higher into the light?” A sage reply from a lady stated that she had been doing some ‘heavy lifting’ meaning she had intensely felt love throughout her life. This joyful conversation reminded me of the profound insights from the brilliant and courageous Chris Hedges in his 2002 book ‘WAR Is A Force That Gives Us Meaning’:
“There are few sanctuaries in war. But one is provided by couples in love. They are not able to staunch the slaughter. They are often powerless and can themselves often become victims. But it was with them, seated around a wood stove, usually over a simple meal, that I found sanity and was reminded what it means to be human. It was to such couples that I retreated during the wars in Central America, the Middle East and the Balkans. Love, when it is deep and sustained by two individuals, includes self-giving – often self sacrifice – as well as desire. For the covenant of love is such that it recognizes both the fragility and the sanctity of the individual. It recognizes itself in the other. It alone can save us.”
We all know what is coming and it won’t be anything less than the War of the Worlds. Perhaps Love is truly our Refuge of last resort. Rather than hating everything and raging against the demonic, isn’t it more powerful and effective to focus on what we love. Think of who and what you love, a person who is your beloved, your family and children, an adored pet, nature’s garden of mercy, the music of the spheres, dawn’s sunlight kissing snow covered mountain tops, dappled shadows in the golden twilight. Whatever you love. Focus on that intensely, cultivate that deeply, powerfully generating frequency waveforms of unconditional Love in your own heart, and let that spread out to the whole world. Lift the entire planet. The world will need our Love more and more as PRALAYA ensues, and the Dissolution of everything we have known and thought was real crumbles and descends into further chaos and madness.
V. Susan Ferguson
Love is patient; love is kind; love is not envious or boastful or arrogant or rude. It does not insist on its own way; it … rejoices in the truth. It bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things. / 1 Corinthians 13.4
So now Faith, Hope, and Love abide, these three; but the greatest of these is Love. / 1 Corinthians 13:13