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The Value of Love

The Value of Love Jeshua ben Joseph (Jesus) through Judith Coates

Beloved one, now we will speak of love — the value of love. Why do you seek love? Because, truly, from the time you take form, you are looking for love. You want to know, “Where can I find it? How can I keep it? I want to be loved. I want to give love.”

You know the feeling that happens when you are in love, when you are in the space of love with a project you are working on, a poem, another person, or a beloved pet. You allow your boundaries to relax for a moment, or longer, and you allow yourself to expand into the vibration of your true divine nature — the nature of love.

Cast your mind back to a time when you fell in love, when there was nothing else in the world except that other being — either human or four-footed. You felt in the flow, and your heart opened. You felt as though you were more than just one individual. You felt expansive and in a place without boundaries, at least for a moment or so, perhaps longer, because that feeling was what you were searching for.