In these days, in these wild, unprecedented moments that we are facing now and that are ahead of us, we may not have toilet paper, but we still have the choice as to how we are going to comport ourselves, individually and with each other.
How do we choose to treat ourselves and one another? What do we take for granted? What do we choose to hold dear? Do we love, do we hate, do we continue to hold a grudge? What the hell is important?
Time to choose. Time to know.
Bottom line. Know this, and it applies to any day in this lifetime:
If I said, “I love you,” I meant it. And it was unconditional. If I embraced you in any way, I opened my heart to you. I love you. If I opened my door to you, it was because I love you. If I was kind to you, it was without agenda. If I helped you or assisted you in any way, it was because I really wanted to, not from a sense of obligation or manipulation. If I hurt you, it was unintentional. If you hurt me, I forgive you.
Send love into the world this day and every day you remain here. Shine it, send it, be it. Be not afraid to love. Ever.
Love is what survives and lives on, despite any virus.
And there is no shortage of love, unless you choose to hoard it.