Love is Profound

Respond with Love

I often feel that when I don’t act with love it puts me out of balance, let me give you an example.  Recently I received a message from someone, which I didn’t like the tone of, I waited for a little while before I responded, but still feel I was reacting to the emotion I was feeling rather than responding to the situation.  I feel this upset my equilibrium and for the next 36 hours it certainly did.  I knew the only way to put myself back into balance, was to see the situation for what it was and not worse than it was.  By doing this, I let go of unnecessary frustrations, this then opened up my heart and I instantly apologised for my poor response at that time.  What did I learn from this situation?  Most definitely, to never fight fire with fire and always to respond with love, this will free you from some unnecessary worry and pain.  It’s never too late to respond with love and if you feel you need to do that with someone today, please do so, it will make life for you and the other person involved a whole lot better.  Go on, put your life back into balance, what are you waiting for?  This next poem is for you.  Much love to you today, Clarabelle

Love is Profound
Love is Profound

Love is Profound

I call out my heart, do you hear my cry?

Where are you now? Don’t pass me by.

I search outside, nothing I find;

Where can it be? I know it’s one of a kind.

Then, in the silence, I discover, glowing from within;

A miracle heartbeat, I take a look in.

I see an extraordinary life, happiness all around;

Feeding pure souls, this love is profound.

poemsbyclarabelle, 9 February 2013

13 thoughts on “Love is Profound

  1. Hey Clarabelle this is really very sweet poem but I really felt bad when I read that a message made you upset. While reading your heart touching poem and specially message I just rememebered one thing to tackle such situations especially when we read such anti social elements on email or comments.
    Last week I read a book (I would like you to read this) named ‘The Yellow World’ by Albert Espinosa. He has mentioned “Thirty minute Rule”. It says, when it comes to a bad news, never speak or read within thirty minutes.Wait for atleast half an hour (depends on you if you can stretch the time even more), go to a calm place and let your body and heart calm and let your anxiety disappears. Take a deep breath and read. Reason is after reading an hour it will look as it was an old news or comment and gives you Power. After 30 minutes, it gives you energy and this energy looks for solution which saves you from feeling uneven and disheartened (which you faced here).
    You have a million dollar smile so let your lips wear your smile not the saddess..
    Keep Smiling.. 🙂

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    1. Thank you Aviral, please don’t feel sad about the situation, it was great learning for me and on reflection this beautiful poem was created and shared for each and everyone of you. Thank you for the book recommendation, I shall certainly get that book by Albert, I love to read, continuous personal development is extremely important to me. My heart and soul is smiling and in Bonny Scotland it is such a beautiful, tranquil, sunny morning. Much love to you today, Clarabelle. 🙂

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  2. Believe me I have practially adopted this and it is very very useful.. When I receive such emails I ignore them and dint even look or open for 2-3 days. Once it settles down and my heart and mind calms down then I open and read. Mentally it makes me stronger and tough and give me intense confidence.. 🙂 Thanks for such wonderful heart touching poem.. Keep motivating us.. 🙂

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    1. Thank you Aviral, you have shared some valuable learning with me today and I will take that on board and apply it in the future. Thank you for your continued support and love, I feel your heart. Wishing you a very beautiful day. Clarabelle

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