This is a bit of a misleading title, sorry. I already know the answer, of course it is. In healthy human beings this (love) condition is very contagious and if it is unconditionally accepted it will lead to the greatest beauty imaginable.
Currently we have a “darker contagion” to be concerned about, does that mean we drift away from unconditional love? Hmm, some people are so rapidly moving from concern to worry and panic, promoting the drift away from love. I am a little concerned in the widespread “darker contagion” because it is terribly divisive. Until now, I have been a little quiet on my opinion of what is currently happening within society. If you are living in fear, you will probably not want to read on. Please remember that I have an opinion not an answer.
Fear, in my humble opinion is the opposing force to love. I know danger is real but fear, not so much. Sure, we fear death but when that is looked at closely, it is irrational. What pushes us closer to fear and further away from love today is a dodgy belief system. We, for the most part, believe that “they would never do that” because “we would never do that” It is a flawed concept. Mostly it is flawed because we empower they, pardon my bad grammar. Thus far I understand what I am writing conforms to the notion of we humans are all one, a concept I somewhat still believed in. That is until recently; sure in some grandiose design principal, we are all labelled human and we are collectively somewhat responsible for each other but….and this is a rather large BUT…the further we drift from love and the closer we go towards fear, the more the cracks and divisions start to show. So, as we approach the precipice, what do we do about the few who believe they have the answer to our collective societies problem? We check our intuition and ask ourselves, are they coming from a place of love or fear?
Answers to that basic question are only relevant if you truly believe that love is real and fear is to be overcome. I reached that understanding by facing fear and embracing unconditional love. I was told many year ago that there is no such thing as “unconditional love” by a brilliant man. He held a belief that there are always “conditions” and we are individually the ones who put those conditions on it. I saw his point and was somewhat agreeing with him, but now I see that my or anyones conditions on love are of no use whatsoever. To place conditions on love is to control it and that is an ugly human thing to do. Accept unconditional love and open up to it. Love always wins. Love, Live, Life. NOW.