Love Logic: Journey of Courage 2017 – Day 17

It’s the little things, really, that trip us up…we humans. We believe we’ve mastered so much over the millennia; just look at all of our accomplishments! And yet, of all the “things”, the little “things” that can throw us for a loop…words have got to be the WORST! Bear with me on this, you’ll understand…

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Guiding Thought

Love is strong! Powerful! Embrace Love and wield it through your awareness of Oneness. Oneness destroys the illusions of the mind, of the past, and of the material world. Move forward courageously with Peace in the Truth of Love and Oneness.


It sounds so odd to say “wield” Love, don’t you think? Wield is generally used synonymously with words like brandish, and often refers to a weapon. I feel like my brain gets the tiniest of short circuits when I read the word wield next to the word Love.

Yet–after now having consulted my local dictionary–I see that wield can also be used synonymously with such words as command or exert.

That makes more sense. Thus I would say, the only way that it is even possible to wield Love is through our awareness of Oneness. Here’s why:


Oneness is complete, total, whole, all-encompassing, all-permeating, all-existing, all-inclusive.


Love is complete, total, whole, all-encompassing, all-permeating, all-existing, all-inclusive.


Or, if you prefer:

If anything [is perceived as] less than complete, total, whole, all-encompassing, all-permeating, all-existing, all-inclusive, it is neither Love, nor Oneness; but since all that exists, exists in Oneness, and therefore exists in Love, then the perception of “other than Love” cannot be correct.

It reminds me of the phrasing from A Course in Miracles:

Perfect love casts out fear.
If fear exists,
Then there is not perfect love.


Only perfect love exists.
If there is fear,
It produces a state that does not exist.

To be honest, I would even argue that the qualifier “perfect” to describe Love is basically meaningless. Love IS perfect. To say there is something called “perfect” Love, that exists differently from (Hmmm, could we say separately from?) Love is absolutely incorrect. Love is Love is Love is Love. There is no Love that is more perfect than Love itself. Perhaps “perfect” is added so that we small-minded humans have a context greater than our human-concept of Love, like saying “Divine Love”.

That must be it…until we can understand and accept Love as complete, total, whole, all-encompassing, all-permeating, all-existing, as equal to itself, which is all that exists in the Oneness of Life, then such qualifiers are necessary.

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