Lable yourself

LABLE

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Love and be loved  = Lable 

Seek something to love in the other person and Offer them something to love.

Make the higher more important than the lower – as a first step look for solidarity-in- love with others.  If they can’t locate their higher self then be their external resource for them to generate self love.  Think about it – now – and again.

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Ego love.  Love the service that your ego provides to your higher development life.  The ego level of you needs approval and attention to be included and feel important.  So you seek people that give you all those things.  But not at the expense of your ability to grow.  Remember Your Best Ego is the foundation for your Higher Soul.  

Who taught you how to love?

Excellent question …

John Eli

I’ve been privileged to sit underneath the multitude of talented & knowledgeable teachers. My life journey took me through the public school system, community colleges, 3 different universities, and to earning graduate degrees in business administration & psychology. In addition I’ve sat under advanced theological teachings in church settings & personal growth seminars. However, a few years ago I had the realization that, in all my learning, no one ever taught me how to love. And yes, I have been presented theory on what love should look like (especially in church settings), but many of the examples presented to me fell far from the standard given.

How did you learn to love?
Who taught you?
How do you personally know that you are loving others to the fullest?
These are a sample of questions that I ask others on my journey to be a more loving husband, son, friend…

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