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We ask the wrong questions - we should ask CAN you love, not WHO you love.

At the desk, 8:53 a.m.

Look around you. People are angry. Neighbors are turning on each other. Even our politicians, who swore oaths to represent us and get things accomplished, can't seem to sit in the same room together. The competitive swear they are saving us all, but only create conflict every where they go.

The world feels like it's on fire.

Most of us have lost our ability to love. Most of us have forgotten that, according to every religions tradition every documented, our job is to love.

We take medication for our heart problems and never look at what has broken our hearts.

We disown ourselves, our bodies, and our lives in order to compete for beauty or financial gain.

We talk endlessly about WHO this person or that person loves, rather than HOW do we heal our broken hearts, HOW do we love better, HOW do we touch our own worlds with love.

Personally, I don't care who you love.

I only care that you are able to love.

And if you're not able to, what are you going to do about that?