Infinite Lovers seek to expand the love they offer. People without love try not to lose love.

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Infinite Lovers seek to expand the love they offer. People without love try not to lose love.

Living in a position of neediness and want can scare away love. Grabbing for a rose you might end up with a handful of thorns. That’s hardly the desired result.

Instead, knowing deeply that love is infinitely available, and trusting that giving love away doesn’t lessen love but increases love, the Infinite Lover looks for ways to expand the love they offer.

See for yourself.

Try putting just a little more energy on finding ways to offer love and lovingkindness. Ask yourself what you might do to be more loving, to be more kind.

Patience is key at first. You may or may not see a reflection of love immediately. Often the people in your life have seen you in a certain way – your old way – and may not expect you to change. So, you may want to try different ways at different times and not spend a lot of time waiting for others to notice.  

Also, others in your life may have unusual or even ineffective ways of expressing their love. As they notice the ways you are increasingly expressing your love, it might give them ideas of ways how they might express theirs. Hold your heart open to the possibility of others noticing and receiving your love. You don’t want to build expectations that they will express their love. Instead, you’re adding to love in your world without being attached to any outcome. It simply does not matter. Yes, it helps, yet it isn’t required.

Trust grows as you build it. As you offer love, over time those around you will be able to relax and notice their love. They will build their trust that they can speak. This builds love.

This is one of the Love Principles

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