- On February 8, 2017
Happy February! Celebrate the Month of Love!
Welcome to the month of endless “Love is in the Air” sayings, quotes, advertising, and so on! Yes, February is most noted for its focus on Valentine’s Day, celebrated by many to epitomize love and affection to those special people in your life. But does it stop there? Certainly not! Love is a force that parallels respect, happiness, wellness, and much more, to be practiced every day. When life is ruled by love and compassion, eagerness is shaped from the heart and is the spirit of the substance. It sparks your entire system so there’s no struggle, no conflict, and negative thoughts are eliminated. Enthusiasm created from the heart defines the difference between mediocrity and achievement.
In a time of uncertainty, if we pursue the manifestation of love by applying our intrinsic abilities to serve others in whatever we are doing, we can find the utmost opportunity for growth, being that we are then giving expression of love for our friends, associates and even ourselves.
In the workplace, whether it’s running a spa, managing employees, or representing a company, if we are open and accepting, people will feel comfortable around us. People feel better when they are encouraged to connect on a deeper level with others, especially with managers and superiors. Worry, apprehension, and anxiety do not belong in the workplace. An increased sense of humanity and trust positively impacts the bottom line, because people and entire establishments work far better in a positive environment.
Real love is infinitely past falling in love with anyone or anything. When we make the effort to feel compassion instead of blame or self-blame, the heart opens and stays open. Coordinating your heart and brain through love is what can establish intelligence and a broad sense of self, where one can look at life and realize there are no dead ends, and always an endless stream of possibilities.
The greatest gift one can give during all the ups and downs of life is love!
Thank you, Ilana Moses,