What do we mean by love


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What do we mean by love?
Exploring the concept of love
Love relative to creativity
Give unconditionally
Sufficiently large, safe and secure space
The nourishment a creation needs
Freely grow and unfold
True to its nature
Without outside interference

A refinement of additional aspects of love
Nurturing feminine creative energy
A warm fuzzy space
Biological love
Erotic love
Agape and its lesser forms

Summary thoughts

In the discussion, “Love and the Creativity Perspective,” it is stated: In discussing love, the first question which arises is, “What exactly do you mean by love?” for there are as many definitions and interpretations of love as there are people. In the creativity perspective, love is to give unconditionally a sufficiently large, safe and secure space and the nourishment a creation needs to freely grow and unfold true to its nature without outside interference in any way. What this means is quite profound and actually almost next to impossible to consciously do no matter what we think otherwise. Yet, in striving to give this kind of love to ourselves and another, we can get very, very close to what it means. How this concept of love compares to other definitions and interpretations of love is found in the discussion “What do we mean by love?” This topic addresses some of those other definitions and interpretations of love.

Exploring the concept of love (Top)

Relative to our creative power and creative ability, we must love what we have to bring forth in the world and live with a passion and enthusiasm to manifest that creation. We need the passion similar to that as a drowning person has for air. Here are talking about that all-consuming love and passion for what we desire to create such that it becomes a single point focus for our life. In a creative endeavor, love, passion and enthusiasm are closely related in the way the emotional energy of our psyche is directed into the creative activities. Our emotional energy is the energy behind manifesting and brings our ideas into form. However, modern English does not quite do justice to the concepts we wish to express in the terms love, passion and enthusiasm. Passion and enthusiasm are discussed in the topic “The Importance of Enthusiasm and Its Relation to Passion.”

The love to which we refer is an unconditional loved described as “to give unconditionally a sufficiently large, safe and secure space and the nourishment a creation needs to freely grow and unfold true to its nature without outside interference in any way.” But the concept of love stated here suffers greatly in the modern world for the concept of live here covers aspect of love not currently associated with love.

Love as defined in its current usage is used in several ways as follows. It is seen as a deep devotion or affection for another person or persons or it is to feel affection for another or something. One use of the world is that love runs the spectrum of sexuality. At one extreme it is seen as a strong sexual passion for another person or as seen sexual passion in general, or the gratification of our sexuality. At the other extreme is to simply show affection in a form that may be characterized by less than a small kiss or embrace. Another use of the world love is that it is used as a term of endearment and/or a very great interest in, or enjoyment of, something and/or to take pleasure or delight in something or someone. In this regard, one’s love is the things so enjoyed and/or the beloved. Some uses of the concept of love have a spiritual aspects and is seen as the benevolence and mercifulness of God toward mankind and as the adoration or devout affection of man towards God. Love is seen as the kindness and charitableness man should, or is expected to show towards others.

If we compare the creativity perspective use and the common use of the word love they seem quite different. That is until you look at the all the common uses of the word love dance around seeing what we love as the experience and manifestation of an intention we hold. The issue we face with the concept of love is that we only have one world for the enormous depth and breadth of what the concept of love can address.

English, having only one word for love, causes love to cover the extremes of everything. It covers the extreme from the most virtuous feelings conceivable and to the giving of one’s life to, or for another, to superficial sentimentality. It cover the extreme of addressing our basest physical carnal needs to the highest levels of spirituality obtainable through sexuality. It is an extremely broad spectrum by anyone’s standards.

To say “I wish to create a community of love” the question we will face in our own mind, let alone the mind of others is, “and what type of love are we referring?” In this regard, if we think about our life and the lives of those who we hold in deep affection, we will see we, as they, have all probably suffered much from the confusion that has been caused by this variety of uses of the word love in English.

We probably all have had a relationship or two that have been very confused as a result of one of the individuals using the word in one sense and having it understood in completely another sense by the other. At times we probably find ourselves hard pressed to say something to someone because the word we want to use is love, but we know there is so much enculturated baggage with the word that we are afraid it would convey the wrong meaning, so we say nothing. The question is, “What is it that we are really trying to express when we speak of love?” The question relative to the creativity perspective is, “What is it we want to express here when we speak of a love for our creation and passion and enthusiasm  of love of life, love of the our heart’s desire and self love to live that life that we were meant to live?”

Many authors when attempting to talk about love turn to other languages because often other languages have different words for the different aspects of love. This of course raises the question as to where the lack of words to described the different aspects of love says something about our society and the maturity that we have in the area of what love is all about. Maybe we need to refine ourselves and how we love such that we demand more precise words for what we wish to express.

In any forum, be it religious, medical, artistic, scientific, we find that people start to develop a jargon particular to that discipline to distinguish the fine points of what is trying to be expressed. It is understanding the fine points, concepts and unique terminology of a discipline and the skill in their application that defines one of the aspects of the professional in that discipline. Similarly, society also develop precise language for what is important.

Interestingly, the English language seems to have gone in completely the opposite direction relative to love. It seems to have intentionally confused the issue of love and what we are trying to express when we use the term. Give the peculiar trait human have for creating jargon it is almost as if there has been a conscious attempt to keep the understanding of love away from the “experts” let alone the masses.

The lack of refinement in the availability of having words to describe the different aspects of love might be a result of a lack of exposure to them. With lack of exposure, there is no need for fine discernment between different aspects. In all the literature and traditions that have been explored, there seems to be an absence of information on love. There is such a lack that it is doubtful many traditions try and really distinguish and understand the different aspects of love. Or, at least, if they do, they do not readily weave and talk about it in their texts and teach it to their followers such that it becomes a part of our every day language.

This is a surprising phenomenon since so many spiritual and religious talk about how the Creator loves Its Creation and/or created out of love. You would think they at least would have refinement in the terms of love. Additionally, when you apply the or adage, “You shall know a tree by its fruits” there seems to be even fewer traditions trying to practice love as a discipline and a profession. Donating money, especially when publicized or deducted off of taxes is not love. It is an advertisement or a tax deduction respectively. It would seem that if a group of individuals were trying to live and express love as a discipline, spiritual or otherwise, one of the fruits of this way of life is that there would be a vocabulary that would go along with it. The question that needs to be asked is, “Where is the vocabulary of love that is reflective of the understanding of the finer aspects of love? One may argue there are a variety of words like sentiment, affection, devotion, passion, sex, animal passion, and the like that can be used to distinguish aspects of love. But if we look carefully there really is no vocabulary for love.

The question that can be asked is, “Why is the lack of word available to describe the various aspects of love so important here? “ The answer is, that when creating the space for a creation to be free to unfold true to itself, giving what is needed to the creation in the way the creation needs to be nurtured causes us to stretch the concepts embedded with the current use of the world love to their limit. The limit is pushed in that what is meant by love and unconditional love take on meaning and actions one could never imaging within their dictionary and colloquial usage.

Love relative to creativity (Top)

Relative to creativity, love is seen as” give unconditionally a sufficiently large, safe and secure space and the nourishment a creation needs to freely grow and unfold true to its nature without outside interference in any way.” It has been found exactly what these words mean will actually take on a slightly different meaning for each and every creative endeavor for each creation is different. The following provides some aspects of love that have been encountered in exploring creativity. Where available, refinement on the different aspects of love are provided.

Relative to the definition of love within the creativity perspective, there are several aspects to the definition that are worth exploring a little deeper.

Give unconditionally
(Top): to give unconditionally has several aspects. One is that what is given is given with nothing in return and no expectations of a return. There may be some hope that something will transpire in the way we wish but there can be no expectation as such. Also, unconditional means to give in the way the nourishment and needs are met. It is not to give in the way we want to give. In essence we become a shape shifter and shift our shape to meet the needs of the creation. If we do not give in the way the creation needs to be nourished, we will stunt the creation’s growth and unfoldment.

Sufficiently large, safe and secure space
(Top): A sufficient large, safe and secure space is a space large enough for the creation to freely grow and unfold true to its nature without outside interference. How big a space that is needed depends totally on the creation. An Oak tree will need much more space than a tomato plant. However, in any creative endeavor, we many not know how much space is needed. We may find we are continually increase the space we give as the creation unfold. If at any time, the creation does not have sufficient space it growth and unfoldment will be thwarted in some way.

The nourishment a creation needs
(Top): To give the nourishment a creation needs to freely grow and unfold true to its nature without outside interference in any way is often more difficult that we suspect. Most do not what to give what needs to be given. Rather, we wish to give what we want to give. We seek to avoid those situations where we must give what we don’t want to give. We seek those situations where we give what we want the way we want. Any creative endeavor will require a sacrifice of some existing form to be transformed into the new creation. A part of us will need to change to nurture any creation. If we are unwilling to undergo the necessary change on our part we cannot nurture the creation as needed. It needs to be remembered, the environment and the unfoldment of any creation are integrally linked. In creating the space, we are part of the environment of the creation which unfolds and we will have to change as the creation grows.

Freely grow and unfold
(Top): The best way to understand what it means to freely grow and unfold is to look at two trees planted too close together or a tree in a space not given enough room compared to a tree that has all the space it needs. The issue of space is true for any creation within each aspect of that creation. Human are seen as having a spiritual, mental, emotional and physical part. Each of these four aspects must be given sufficient space to be explored and for the individual to freely grown and unfold in each of those areas. To creatively love someone is to give them a sufficient large, safe and secure space which allows them to creatively play and explore each of those areas.

True to its nature
(Top): One of the biggest issues is we have our expectations, our desire and what we want. To nurture a creation we must allow it to be true to itself. For a human it is for them to explore their enculturated mind and programming and their inner truth to know what is really true for them. It is to learn to respond to live true to what they know and feel and not what they think they have to do to satisfy someone or something externally. Each needs a sufficient space to creatively play, explore and experiment with what they know to separate their enculturation from their own truth.

Without outside interference
(Top): This is much harder to do that we realize. The environment and the unfoldment of any creation are integrally linked. The safe and secure space I provide for someone will be different than another provides. Although we may do the exact same thing, my energy is different than another and at some level that energy difference is sensed and does make a difference. We will never be able to remove that energy influence, but we can become aware of it. We can set and hold the intention to create the space for the individual to be free to unfold true to themselves. We are infinitely creative beings and we are capable of creating anything on which we focus our attention and awareness. Setting such an intention will help to shift our energy in favor of what the individual needs and become a presence that minimizes if not removes that outside interference. This is part of what it means to be a shape shifter. We shift who we are to meet the need of the creation. This is what it means to love our creation.

A refinement of additional aspects of love (Top)

In creative endeavors, especially helping another to unfold true themselves, there will be things we are ask to do that may be very different than what we have been taught or have experienced in our lives that fall within the creativity perspective of love and providing what the individual needs to be properly nurtured. The concepts provided here are not so much to introduce these concepts to create a new, more discriminating vocabulary, although it is needed. Rather they are provided here to give a perspective of what may be required and we will be asked to give or they may somehow arise.

Nurturing feminine creative energy
(Top): The nurturing feminine creative energy is discussed in the topic of the same name. It is to step out of our mind and truly become what the creation needs. All creations need a feminine creative energy much the mother feeds the embryo. However the nurturing feminine creative energy is about providing a shape shifting energy for each and every level of the creation.

A warm fuzzy space
(Top): Our creative spirit is extremely vulnerable and childlike in how it approaches creation. Often it becomes wounded when its creative endeavors are thwarted or there is pain of the past which needs to be processed to free the necessary creative energy bound in past memories. A warm fuzzy space is the type and kind of space a loving mother provides for their wounded and hurt child. She holds them close much the way a mother breast feeds her new born infant. In this space the individual feels and deep nurturing and supportive love.

Biological love
(Top): Biological love is about having sex for the purpose of creating offspring. It may be a conscious act as in an arranged marriage or unconscious in the biological urge to mate and propagate the species

Erotic love
(Top): Erotic love is about sexual love and arousing sexual desire. It is about having sex for its pleasure. The erotic is seen as something designed to arouse sexual desire and is strongly moved by sexual desire and is amorous. It lies on a spectrum. At the more base is end is sex for pleasure one gets from sex with no regard for their partner. It is had to purely satisfy the ego. At the other extreme is the Eros. Erotic love does not survive without sex in some way.

(Top): Eros is one of four concepts about love which come the Greek language which provide for refinement and distinguishing the concepts of loves: the four are eros the erotic, agape the higher “conscious” love, storge referring to family feelings, and philia the love in friendship. Eros can be seen as an erotic love. It has strong sexual overtone, but it is a love that exists between two people where the emphasis is on the spirit that unites the two people, not their sexuality. That is, the love is of the spirit and the spirit of life within the individuals as opposed to their sexuality although sexuality may be a big part of it and greatly enjoyed by both. Often in Eros the sexuality and the love of the individual’s spirit is lost in each other. This is a very profound and creative love. It is to meet an individual at each and every level of their being. Eros can and will survive without sex. But Eros is culminates in sexuality.

Words cannot do justice to describing this type and kind of love. It is something that needs to be experienced to understand its full impact. It is a transformational experience. If it is experienced, our whole life is changed. Eros is what lies at the foundation of the Tantric practice to use sexuality to obtain spiritual awareness and/or enlightenment. It is what drives the search for the beloved/Beloved within spiritual traditions. The English usage does not have an equivalent word . It has degenerated the concept of eros to the word erotic and to only mean that which is of, or pertaining to, or concerned with sensual love and amatory. Yet, it is a profound, powerful creative force because of what can cause to arise within the individual. It lies at the heart of the concept of the muse.

Most individuals seem to associate eros with erotic and that is a rather sad development for there is a love of the spirit of another that transcends sexuality and is as powerful, if not more powerful, than anything sexuality could give. Although sexual feelings will most probably be contained in the passion and be a very noticeable aspect of the passion, the passion does not originate in or from the sexuality. Unfortunately, until we give ourselves permission and allow ourselves to love another person’s spirit, we will not understand this concept and will see Eros as erotic.

Eros is an very real and extremely powerful feeling. If it were understood on a more general basis there would be a completely different understanding of sexuality and it relationship to creativity. It is this aspect the website “Creative Sexuality” attempts to address. It is that coming together in spirit and at the unseen levels of being to which Eros refers. One of the few who talk about what happens in Eros and its results is the Persian poet Rumi in a few line in the poem "Sexual Urgency, What a Woman's Laughter Can Do, And the Nature of True Virility" That is, such a relationship will produce a child whether or not a physical child can be conceived. There will be a spiritual child for which care will need to be provided. It is one reason why it is said above, our life will change if we experience Eros.

What needs to be understood and cannot be under emphasized is that eros produces spiritual children. Most individuals have either not gone past sexuality or have numbed themselves so much that they never feel past the sexuality to experience Eros. What needs to be emphasized is that Eros is not necessarily a sexual love. It is an intense passion and love of another creative spirit that produces spiritual offspring. As the energy of this passion enthuses the totality of our being, the sexuality is simply a byproduct of the deeper flow of energy that is creating life within our being.

But what needs to be emphasized here is that energetically, there is always a child produced in sexuality. Physically, the function and purpose of sexuality is to create offspring. However, because sexuality takes us to the source of life and the Source of Creation, an offspring will be created at some level of our being and in our life. We need to being to see the metaphoric nature of what happens physically to understand what is happening energetically. Physical sex is about creating children. Energetically, what gives rise to the physical experience is always about creative a new life at some level of our being. .

The experience of Eros will never be the same for any two people since each time you feel Eros you will be feeling as different individualized consciousness and a unique creative spirit. In addition to the uniqueness of the individual, any combination of two people will be unique, such that it will look different, feel different and be different, and in some cases have strong sexual overtones or expression. Hence there is some difficulty in communicating exactly what it is like.

Although it is not obvious at first glance, there are actually four spectra of options when faced with eros - physical, emotional, mental and spiritual. Each of the spectrum being a range of options between the extremes of polarity. For example the physical spectrum would move between the extremes of no physical sexual attraction to almost an exclusively physical attraction. Whether the pair of people is a homosexual pair or heterosexual pair, the feelings between any two individuals can run from the extremes along any of these four spectra and in any combination of the four spectra. A particular pair of people could be weakly attracted to each other spiritually and physically, but have extremely strong emotional and mental connections. Similarly they could have strong emotional and physical connections with little or no mental or spiritual connections. Obviously, the most powerful experience is when there is s strong feeling at each every level of being

Since humans are multidimensional creatures, this facet of being in relationship at all of these four levels of being simultaneously at different levels of intensity is probably the aspect that makes relationships between any couple of any sexual combination so difficult to understand where the real or strongest connections lies. In addition to these natural four spectra there may also be societal or tribal spectra that are imposed or assumed by the pair. Marriage, business partnerships, blood relations, and any of the other type of pairings combinations are also possible influences on eros and gives rise to the other concepts of agape the higher “conscious” love, storge referring to family feelings, and philia the love in friendship. On this note, the more aspects of one’s being that provides the attraction, the greater the potential creative powers.

The bottom line with Eros is that there is nothing to stand in the way of having a deep and profound experience of Eros with any person and their creative spirit on the face of the earth. All that stand in our way is our own mind. Because Eros originates in the joining of one’s spirit with another, no one can escape Eros. Everyone needs it in some form. The question is to what degree do we allow ourselves to experience it. It is unique to each individual and only the individual can determine and know if it is being met an dhow it needs to be met..

In any relationship between two people, each may or may not feel they are expressing all that Eros (the love that unites one with another) can give. If each is capable of freely and fully expressing themselves, at all levels, they will inevitably feel they are building something together. With or without problems, they will find the relationship satisfying and probably be exquisitely happy. However, if one has the feeling that they are not free to express all the love that one has for others, male or female, or that they then need to give up another love - as in a career, life style, mode of expression, or to another person, they will feel robbed of a means of expressing the love in their heart. Then, rather than feeling they are creating something together, they will feel stifled and the negative side of Eros will begin to show itself, bringing out the hatred and destruction in the person. The hatred and destruction can be projected inward or outward.

It should be noted that the spiritual attribute is listed as contributing to the flame of Eros. Many would disagree because they don't see spirituality necessarily fueling the kinds of feelings that a physical or emotional attraction cause. The reason is that most people have not truly experienced strong spirituality and the strong spiritual attribute of a relationship with another. Although many experience an emotional connection few touch that spiritual connection. If they did their approach to sexuality and life itself would be entirely different. Rather, spiritual passion is seen as something in a passionate evangelist. Most don’t see the spiritual passion in a passionate love of life and to create life at every level of being.

What has been observed is that if there is a strong spiritual connection between two people, the other components, mental, emotional and physical, are also pulled along to the extent that the spirituality actually dominates the other three, and as the spiritual intensity increases, the other three also increase in intensity. This is a natural by product of the fact that what we call spiritual is actually the unseen and non-localized flow of energy move to localize in the physical to create the physical experience we desire. The energy for creation is drawn down from non localized energy which many call the spiritual level where the energy is localized into the physical. However, to think there are individual spirits and entities is to work with unseen localized energy and is not the non localized energy discussed here. The actual form this manifesting energy takes, depends entirely upon the situation and the focus of the attention and awareness of the individuals involved.

(Top): If understood correctly, storge referred to those feelings that would be characterized as the love one has for their family and family lineage. It is not family loyalty and is often confused with loyalty. Loyalty is more about giving out of obligation. Storge is about the affection and care one has for their root and origin. It is about a love that arises from an appreciation of the family of one’s origin and what that family has to offer.

(Top): Philos is love expressed in the form of a friendship. It has evolved into English as a prefix as a combining form meaning love of, or fond of. It is more typical of the love in the work people do together. Similar to eros, philos will have the four spectra of options- physical, emotional, mental and spiritual, but philos will most probably have a lower intensity in both physical, emotions and spiritual attraction. That is why it is said the when the flames of eros stop burning (strong physical, emotional and spiritual attraction), philos keeps the relationship between couples and people together. The only reason why the feelings of eros ever stops burning is because of how the mind judges and is choosing to think and believe or they become comfortable with another and begin to take them for granted and stop experiencing the other with a beginner’s mind.

People tend to seek eros, that aspect which is more associated with a passion. However, when eros wants to turn itself into philos, as many relationships do over a natural course, people think love is worthless and not there, but it remains as philos. Philos can be just as rich as eros, but only different for it is a different form and expression of love. But it cannot be under emphasized, it is only one’s thinking that changes eros into philos or philos into eros.

Agape and its lesser forms
(Top): Agape is that intense love that consumes the one who loves. The concept of agape has not survived in any way in common English usage other than to refer to the social meal or love feast of the primitive Christians that usually accompanied the Eucharist. If what is understood about agape is true, agape is seen as total love that few have rarely seen and even less have experienced. It can best be described as that form of love that a human consciously holds and experiences that melds them with the Divine while the in Human form. Words cannot begin to do it justice for it is seen as something beyond the physical experience.

It is what is sought when one seeks the Beloved. If you wish, Eros is seen as what one seeks in the beloved. Agape is seen as what one seeks in the Beloved. It would be Eros and then some. Agape is Eros for all of Creation and each and everyone in Creation. Where as eros is focused towards and individual spirit, agape is focused towards all. On this point, to judge Eros and its sexuality as unacceptable in some way means the individual will not be able to comprehend agape for agape encompasses Eros. It consumes the person who experiences it in love for whatever that love needs to be effectively expressed.

Where Eros is transforming, agape is shattering. One who knows and experiences agape learns that nothing else in the world is important - just unconditional love. The love of agape is so great it can only shatter the mind and transform the person who holds it. If a person is not transformed at all levels of their being, they have not experienced agape. Agape is the feeling that remains after one touches the Source in the Ultimate Accident. It is what lies behind being in a state of wonderment and “Ah” at Creation. It is what provide for the inner satisfaction that never runs dry no matter what is happening in the world.

Agape is what catapults and make the saints, holy men and women. But all saints, hold men and holy women do not reached it unless they love sufficiently to become their creative passion and meeting the intention for their life. To be in agape we have Eros for the spirit within ourselves and have the passion to manifest that spirit. There is no denial of oneself, what lies within oneself and/or the physical in any way. Agape makes everything else lose its importance. Individuals who experience agape live just to be consumed by their passion. It is to be noted that this love is all consuming across the whole person's being. It is that living in oneness with the Divine. To deny a part of our being is to live in separation. Agape an only be experienced.

The experience of agape is best ascribed to the mystic and the mystical way of living. Yet most mystics don’t live it for it is powerfully creative and pulls one to create. It is the source of life and the Source of Creation. To live agape is to live in full alignment with our creative passion in full flow with our creative life energy and the desires of Creation. There is no separation between the two. To live this life is to become what is best called the creative mystic.

Given that definition of agape provided here, we can see there is a spectrum to agape experience. If agape is that all-consuming top most point where what can be called the creative mystic resides, there are lesser forms of this all consuming love in two ways. One is an all consuming love across a person’s being, entering each and every facet of their life, but the person is not of the realm of the creative mystic. The other ways is a similar form in that there may be an all consuming love in one area but not necessarily all consuming across all realms of the person’s being. But in that one area or aspect of their being, that person could be of the level of a mystic.

Probably the best description of an individual who is mystical in only a portion of their life is that artist or musician. They seem to be in communion with the Divine in their “work” but the remainder of their life does not possess that same mystical balance that a mystic would experience. It is these "lower" forms of agape that are best addressed by the concepts of enthusiasm  and/or passion for a subject. We can be enthusiastic about life and living. We can have an all-consuming passion for being in physical form or one can be enthusiastic about a subject, topic, object or person. There are a variety of all-consuming ways to focus our attention and awareness. We only need to assure, however we choose to live, that we learn to creatively walk going into and out of balance as appropriate to our creative endeavor

To move to live our creative passion we will move toward the realm of the creative mystic. The creative passion as discussed in this Releasing Your Unlimited Creativity material is not meant to create mystics, but living it will call our creative spirit forth into it and the experiences we have can be very similar. Similarly, one’s creative passion may encourage a few potential mystics to undergo their journey further into their own heart and become who they were meant to be - a creative mystic, a co-creator of Creation with unlimited creativity. In any case, the goal here, is to create balance in our live and the lives of others to be fully in tune with, and living, our creative passion and create the space for the free unfoldment of our  creative spirit and that of another.

Summary thoughts (Top)

What needs to be understood from this discussion is that to nurture a creation in the way it needs to be nurtured will probably pull us into experiences of love that we never thought possible. We may be asked to become a creative mystic to nurture the needs of another or be pulled into one or more of these other forms and expression of love. To truly nurture the needs of a creation we need to be willing to become a shape shifter and shift our shape to meet it needs.

We do this by the intention we hold. Not just our mental intention but at each and every level of our being. All creations start from the unseen and non-localized energy of Creation. By adjusting our intention and aligning our Conscious, subconscious and unconscious intentions, we can create an energy field that is appropriate to the energy that is manifesting as a creation. We may appear no different to the outside world but the energy we project is vastly different and that is where the really effects of nurture a creation take root. It all starts with the intention we hold at the deepest level of our being.

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