The Healing Power of Love

Do you want to know what superpowers you get when you fall in love?

You can, after all, leap tall buildings in a single bound.

Your heart is racing faster than a bullet.

Most importantly…

You have the ability to believe that you can accomplish anything because someone loves you.

Someone is looking out for you.

Someone respects you for who you are.

Every single day, someone is protecting you and making you feel safe with their loving energy wrapped around you.

You don’t have to spend all day together to feel that way, because when you’re in love.

That person is by your side at all times, even when you’re travelling.

Even if you’re at work.

It’s because your souls are connected, and when your souls are connected, you can feel each other throughout the day, giving you the impression that you can leap tall buildings in a single bound.

It is the apex of highs.

And, in fact, it is the only high that I will ever recommend.

Because love is the most powerful emotion that two human beings, human souls, can share.

Consider your current situation.

Consider everything in your life that causes you stress and anxiety.

Consider your mantra, which you may or may not have.

As a society, we’ve been programmed to believe that we can do it all on our own.

We have the illusion of a reliable social network at our disposal. Thank you, Facebook, for creating the illusion that people are never alone.

We spend our nights staring at screens, scrolling through other people’s lives on the Internet. Posting thoughts and beliefs in order for someone to, well, like one of those beliefs or thoughts.

Facebook is a wise company because it recognises that people are more lonely than ever before, turning to social media for validation and, ultimately, love.

So now you have a heart if you look on Instagram or Facebook. Someone’s post can actually make you happy.

We live in a love-deprived society.

There isn’t enough love in the world right now.

The Beatles were correct. All you require is love. People are still afraid to put themselves out there.

That love will ever come their way.


Because dating has devolved into a disposable culture

Instead of talking and flirting, we swipe and type.

Instead of meeting and connecting, we double down and have as many dates as possible, not fully present to the person in front of you.

We’re checking our phones instead of being fully present, so we’re missing out on the serendipitous moments that the universe and God present to us every day.

We all want to be loved. It’s what we’re all looking for. This is why Facebook and Instagram are such effective marketers. Let’s give the people what they want, thought Mark Zuckerberg and his team, and see who likes posts. Because deep down, that triggers something in all of us.

It makes me think, well, if someone hearted me, does that mean they have a crush on me?

Instead of being romantic, we’ve become passive. We put something on social media because it’s secure.

I’m going to explain something to you all about love.

You’ll never get it if you play it safe.

Because if you follow the rules…

And if you continue to play it safe, you know what you’re going to get…

That blob who sits next to you every night, giggling at TV shows and watching other people’s lives and stories unfold on the screen.

That person you don’t really love, but because you played it safe and didn’t take a risk, you ended up with a love that doesn’t satisfy you.

For me, shit.

Because I know what it’s like, I can leap tall buildings in a single bound and my heart beats faster than a speeding bullet.

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