Unconditional Love

There are those with whom we resonate quite naturally by the gift of affinity, or those dear to us whom we admire even if we do not see eye to eye with them.  But we are challenged in our capacity to love by those whom we find difficult to love, or who make themselves difficult to love, whose personality we criticize, or whose actions we condemn, those who have treated us unjustly or even abused our confidence.  In fact this is precisely where dislike or simply incompatibility escalates to the point of culminating in resentment.  It is resentment that constitutes the veil separating us from our celestrial counterpart and will block access to our celestial home in the hereafter.  — Pir Vilayat Inayat Khan, Life is a Pilgrimage

The best Christmas present I got. . .

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