The most powerful bond that exists is the bond between humans. We were designed to connect to each other. Our bodies, our minds, and our souls are capable of connecting to other human beings and it is the most comforting and satisfying connection that exists.
It’s a beautiful thing to experience – love that is. I believe I’ve had moments of talk with my source directly and the only thing he ever instructed me to do was to love. The question I constantly ask is, is love just a feeling that signals our deepest and strongest connections or is love the force that actually connects us? And once we answer the question, I ponder if the question even mattered. Because whether love is just a signal or the force, love is still worth experiencing. I’m talking about true, unconditional love – the type of love that is so rare that once you feel it, it can change our entire reality. If we experienced more love towards the people we are and are not connected to, then the world would progress beautifully.
Why is the connection to people more powerful than to anything else? To answer that question we just have to accept that we were designed to connect to each other, but the filters we have developed over the course of our human experience block us from knowing how deeply connected we truly are. But in certain moments in our lives we are able to give and receive unconditional love, like the way a parent loves a child, or the feeling of finding your soul mate. A strong bond has been created and that is the type of bond that can and will last your entire human experience.
To love is an act to comfort. No matter your background, your race, your sexuality, and no matter how different we are from one another, loving is simply an act that has the power to alter our experiences for the better. And in this act, true human bonding will occur. Our human experiences are based on the desire to find comfort in all forms. Our human bonding satisfies that same desire. Comfort.
It can be challenging to love everyone we interact with. I believe we don’t have to connect or bond with everyone. That would actually limit the type of experiences we receive. But as we interact with all types of people throughout the day, we can make a conscious decision to not provide anyone discomfort. That takes having a basic respect for everyone, helping people whenever you can, smiling or saying hello, holding doors for strangers, allowing people to get in front of you while driving, etc.. This may take having a conscious awareness to not be the source of anyone’s discomfort. As designed, the human mind focuses on protecting and comforting ourselves and the people close to us. As we do that, we don’t realize how our actions and even our thoughts impact others. As we seek to satisfy what we are deeply connected to, we can do so at the expense of other people we are not connected to. Raise your conscious awareness to this, and begin to see the change in your life and change in the world around you.