Never Stop Loving

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Neshama
 
Reply Thu 14 Jun, 2007 09:44 am
I took this picture in a park this spring.
What do you think this message is about?
Loving what?
Loving whom?
Do we ever love?
Do we ever stop?

http://s.foto.radikal.ru/0706/a4/e5d77a61c4d5.jpg
 
philosopherqueen
 
Reply Tue 1 Apr, 2008 07:36 pm
@Neshama,
When I see this I see a sign that we should never stop loving. Loving whom? I'm not to sure, but it can be a warning that if we do stop loving then bad things can happen. When people stop loving and caring about other people we will constantly be at war with ourselves and with others. Think about the war in Iraq. This all started with people not loving other people and excepting them, this is a problem that is slowly getting worse over the years. May love and hope be with you.
 
vajrasattva
 
Reply Sun 6 Apr, 2008 10:04 am
@Neshama,
The essence of love is truth, wisdom, compassion, freedom, and joy. When all of these things are brought together we experience peace, which is the fruit of love. Secondly love cannot be hoarded, it is a codependent experience . When one has love one gives love on some level, be it conscious or subconscious. Because the co-conscious experience of love can occur in this way, when one stops loving, everyone suffers. And since god is love we could call this hell. But when one dose love, then everyone gains regardless of what the object of love is. When one feels true love, (which is transcendental and non-discriminating and is not necessarily the love from the story books) the seed of love is planted, and with proper environment the seed begins to grow, and as such love grows. So never stop loving and love will abide. God is love so the way to Christs return is through universal love.
 
saiboimushi
 
Reply Sun 6 Apr, 2008 01:29 pm
@vajrasattva,
When we stop loving, we stop living. Whoever wrote that admonition has probably seen what many of us have seen--a world in which the dead bury their dead, a world in which the dead walk and talk and seem to be alive, but deep down inside, are hollow. Christ appears when we demonstrate love; but if God is love, then we must strive to be like God--or perhaps even be in God, or as God. How much, then, do we really love?
 
GoshisDead
 
Reply Thu 10 Apr, 2008 01:01 pm
@Neshama,
Isn't it heartwarming to see people deface public property with a positive message for once.
 
Drewry
 
Reply Fri 11 Apr, 2008 04:13 am
@Neshama,
Quote:
Isn't it heartwarming to see people deface public property with a positive message for once.


LOL, not very common though I suppose.
 
vajrasattva
 
Reply Fri 11 Apr, 2008 09:59 am
@Neshama,
that is a true rebel
 
Ali phil
 
Reply Fri 23 Apr, 2010 11:30 pm
@Neshama,
Loving what?
Loving whom?
Do we ever love?
Do we ever stop?


Perhaps loving nature as the power poll is made of wood, the person who wrote this may have been refering to loving the earth and by chopping all the trees, we are not loving the earth.

To whome? All things?

Do we ever love? Yes i believe we love, love for all being is natural. But diffacult to obtain.

Do we ever stop? Maybe to an extent when we are exposed to too much evil?
 
sometime sun
 
Reply Sat 24 Apr, 2010 07:59 pm
@Ali phil,
It looks like it is a phone or electrical pole, so maybe they were trying to send this message out on all frquencies.

Never stop loving.
Never start hating.

I remember a wall that was painted with the words;
Stop doing start being
so i wrote underneath,
Stop knowing start learning

Another wall was written;
What if this is hell?
i wrote,
What if this is heaven?
 
mister kitten
 
Reply Sat 24 Apr, 2010 08:51 pm
@Neshama,
I drew a purple snake on a telephone pole once.

What if we did stop loving?
 
sometime sun
 
Reply Sat 24 Apr, 2010 08:59 pm
@mister kitten,
mister kitten;156189 wrote:
I drew a purple snake on a telephone pole once.

What if we did stop loving?

We would not be able to start anything new.
Love rebirths the world.
 
 

 
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