On a walk
Recognized the true nature of the phrase “I Love You.”
For such a small phrase it holds such profound meaning.
It is an expression of gratitude, an apology, forgiveness, a promise, a prayer and a declaration.
When I say I Love You I’m saying is thank you for being a part of my life. Thank you for all that you do and all that you are. Thank you for who you were and who you want to be. Thank
you for your Vision. I Love You.
When I say I Love You I’m saying sorry for all that I have done in the past to have hurt you or dishonored your trust. I’m sorry for any pain that I may have brought you now
and in the past. I never meant to hurt you and I am so very sorry. I Love You.
When I say I Love You I am saying that I forgive you for anything that you have done now and in the past to have hurt me. I know that you never mean to cause me pain and recognize that
we all make mistakes along our journey through life. I trust you and forgive
you for all your missteps. I Love You.
When I say I Love You I am saying that I promise to do all that I can to help build you up. Whatever you may need along your path to spiritual advancement I will do all that I am able.
That is my promise to you. I Love You.
When I say I Love You I’m praying that all of your Hopes and Dreams come true. What you think, say and do matters to the world. I value all that you are and pray for your vision to come
to life. I am routing for you. I Love You.
When I say I Love You I’m recognizing the connection between us. By verbalizing this recognition it is acknowledging as a declaration for all to know that we are truly the same and
not as separate as so many believe. I declare that the Divine in Me recognizes
the Divine in You. I Love You.
Three simple words; so often so hard to say. “I” and “Love” and “You.” A world so blessed with all recognizing the true nature of Love would be a much more peaceful world indeed.
Until then, let me say this: Thank You for being a part of my life and for all
that you are. I am sorry for anything I have ever done to hurt you. I forgive
you for anything you have ever done to have hurt me. I promise to do all that I
can to help build you up to become the person you were born to be. I pray that
all of your Hopes and Dreams come true. And I understand that you and I,
despite our differences, are truly the same; United by the Divine in each of
use. In other words:
I Love You.
I was born and now it is today.