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Live in Love and Non-judgment

Karen Berg
October 29, 2015
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The First Law of Thermodynamics states that energy cannot be created or destroyed. Energy is. Energy remains.

In the same way, love is. Love remains. Love is a force that can neither be diminished nor destroyed. It is one of greatest or perhaps even the greatest power that can exist on this earth.

If we can bring this power into ourselves, into our everyday actions, and into our consciousness, then we can create a world in which there can be acceptance and human dignity for ourselves, for others, and for humanity as a whole. This is how we will hopefully eventually do away with war. By bringing ourselves to a nonjudgmental way of seeing others, we can learn to live together in a peaceful world.


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