The Power of Love
Posted by David Icke
I don't post this for what the words of the song were written to mean. I have heard all the meaningless platitudes of 'mind' love that turn out to be back-riding and exploitation of another's efforts and passion to make a difference which, staggeringly, still continues on today.
No. It is for what these words in particular really should mean.
'We're heading for something, somewhere I've never been. Sometimes I am frightened, but I'm ready to learn of the power of love.'
We live in a world created and sustained by mind with its own delusory version of 'love'. It has 'bodies', men and women, lady and man, you and me. The 'revolution' is not to replace that world of mind with another version of mind.
It is to replace a world created and sustained by mind with a world created and sustained by heart. Only the heart knows what love really means. Only the heart knows that there are no 'men' and 'women'; 'lady' and 'man'; no 'bodies' and 'voices'; only LOVE.
Only one Infinite Consciousness that is everything and nothing; everywhere and nowhere; it's here and it's there; it is and it isn't.
Infinite Love is the only truth - everything else is ILLUUUUUSION.
And it is not to be 'feared'. It to be celebrated. We are going to 'learn' - remember - of the power of love.
'We're heading for something, somewhere we're never been (we have, but not in our memory) ... we're not frightened ... we're ready to remember of the power of love.'
- David Icke
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