Today’s practice: Love what is.
Love the painful, prickly, knotted, difficult, pig-headed, intractable.
Love what grates on your nerves; love the sensation of grating; love the fine-tuned fretwork of your nerves.
Love the fluid, light, strong, glorious, playful, brilliant.
Love what enchants and delights you.
Love what makes your heart as soft as dawn, as wide as the sky.
Love fierce and tender, peaceful and wrathful.
Love muscular, flexible, powerful. Love birth and death in all creation.
Nothing changes without love.
The true nature of all things is love — everything opens into the fullness of its being in the light of love.
If you want a kinder, more just world, or a kinder world inside your own heart and belly, love what is, today.