I don’t believe we fall in Love; we share the Love we discover

So often I hear people say I fell in love with someone, only to hear later that the love no longer exists. The idea that Love is something someone else can create for you, is the basis of a failed relationship. The expectations placed are unattainable. There’s only One who I believe can create that for us and He has; Love is apart of who we are.

When we look inside ourselves, we shall discover the Love that we so desperately seek from one another. We’ll find that it provides us with everything we’ll ever need, and all things outside of that Love, are things in which we desire to have based on another feeling.

In essence, I don’t believe we fall in love. I believe based on attraction, we choose to share the Love we find that resides within. Love is meant to be shared and through the sharing, we can recreate a Love that has the power to move things in our lives.

The sum of two things is always one, but that one thing becomes greater than the two. To everyone throughout the world, we have the power to become one; all we have to do is start sharing the Love.



About Clayton Reid Jones

Who is Clayton Jones? A father, son, friend, a child of God who believes in universal love. He believes truth is the medicine that we should apply to the wounds; that truth is derived from love ...and love is the only way we can heal.
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4 Responses to I don’t believe we fall in Love; we share the Love we discover

  1. Apryl Mosby says:

    Love is something that we have to work at because it is not always easy. Especially,when the people/person we love is just like us imperfect. To love someone we say I accept you flaws and all. And it is my love for you that propels us day by day!

  2. Mr. Jones, I am learning so much from you. This blog is simply profound, the thought of it all!! Thank you~

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