Don’t Be Afraid To Say How Much You Care
Who has been humiliated to hear a loved one say loving words in front of someone else? Who has been too shy and afraid to tell someone how much they love another? What are we afraid of, really?
Courage Expressed Breeds More Courage
Elizabeth Taylor has the courage to speak openly in public before a wide audience about her feelings. Do you think that Barbra Streisand will blush of embarrassment? Or rather, is it as if these two enormously talented, loving and wonderful people are in the room all alone, with the rest of us as outsiders, witnesses to the strong bond and connection of two people who admire each other? Where do we fit in and what can we learn?
It Gets Easier Each Time You Say How Much You Care
In the scheme of life, speaking opening and directly and honestly will breed more courage to express all kinds of emotions and feelings. In fact, we may be able to develop these inner skills toward loving ourselves and receiving the love from others more easily. Elizabeth Taylor says it all with a spirit and grace radiating from her whole self and her voice.
As an aside, I’m trying to find a category to place today’s thought on love expressed freely. It doesn’t seem to fit precisely in “blogging, blogtalkradio, the environment, healthcare freedom, homeopathy, legislative advocacy, more about me, branding, preparedness, social networking, vaccinations, weight loss or the social networks” categories listed in my blogs. I’m considering creating a new category, or else leaving it under ‘health’ for mental, spiritual and emotional health, or else in ‘homeopathy’ for the basic tenant of “likes cures likes.” Let us reflect each other in love and joy.