PRACTISE LOVEThose who are thoughtful towards others find it easy to practise love. Honour whatever is dear to others. Respect their feelings and emotions. Do remember their sensitivities. Create an environment of mutual confidence.

Describing love, Helen Keller says, “Love is like a beautiful flower which I may not touch, but whose fragrance makes the garden a place of delight all the same.” Washington Irving confirms, “Love is never lost. If not reciprocated it will flow back and soften and purify the heart.”

True love aims at giving. Mother Teresa would repeatedly emphasize, “Give till it hurts.” People do not want money. They seek love. Mankind is forever seeking attention. People are lonely. They need to be heard. They need to be loved. Everyone is not as fortunate as we may be. Their own people may have forsaken them. A little care and attention can transform their lives.

D.H. Lawrence guides, “Love is a thing to be learned. It is a difficult, complex maintenance of individual integrity throughout the incalculable processes of inter-human polarity.”

The practise of love places within the means of every person a mysterious power that can conquer everything. Practise it uninhibited and you will find that the world will respect you for the care you give to the world. Could anything be better?