Love More, Fear Less

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Love is Blind

Love is Blind

I love French movies for their classy sophistication, realism, and propensity to engage my insatiable brain. This weekend I watched Un homme à la hauteur (Up for Love) and fell head over heels in love with the story, characters and soundtrack. It also evoked a lobby4love question […]

Love vs Fear: What’s your perspective?

Love vs Fear: What’s your perspective?

What Does Love Do? What do you do when you feel persecuted by people/situations/circumstances etc.? It is so easy to sink into fear, and default to defensiveness, cynicism, anxiety, blame, and anger. Isn’t it? So what does love do? Really and truly and honestly. What […]

Lobby4Love Until Old Habits Die

Lobby4Love Until Old Habits Die

Old Habits Die Hard My 2017 resolution was to take action against my negative internal dialogue by keeping a daily thought journal. The first thing I noticed was an increase in self-awareness, and, as the days went on, I found myself thinking less negative thoughts […]

Feeling vs Fearing

Feeling vs Fearing

Fear vs Love  What does that mean? Does choosing love mean that you ignore your fear, or repress it, or try to beat it by thinking positive? No way. It doesn’t. Positive thinking is null and void if that means burying your head in the […]

Love is an anchor

Love is an anchor

  Imagine that you’re a rowing boat in the marina, without an anchor or rope. Now imagine a storm approaching. The wind picks up, and torrential rain causes waves to swell. You find yourself at the mercy of unpredictable weather; you sustain injury, get thrown […]

The grey area of we, in happy

The grey area of we, in happy

  Once upon a time Once upon a time, in a relationship far far away, the object of my affection asked me why I loved him. To which I replied (without thinking), because you make me happy. And immediately after saying that, I scolded myself […]

Lobby4Love and the human condition

Lobby4Love and the human condition

The Human Condition Has and Always Will Be I’ve been watching James Boag on yogaanytime talking about Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras, which were written thousands of years ago. And the main theme that strikes me each time I watch and listen is the fact that the human […]