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You love a person for who they are, not for who or what you want them to be. Love is allowing someone to be totally themselves.

Do you not want to be loved completely and totally for who you are, just as you are? Then it would be sensible to give what you want to receive.

It is the same with the moment. You have to love or be in the moment as it is. Not as you want it to be, not as you believe it should be.

Being and loving are synonymous. Being or loving is your true nature. Being loving is not a response to a situation but rather a state of being - a quality about your Self. Creating an idea about how a person or situation should be only sets up resistance to what is. If there is resistance, then there will be suffering. Accepting the moment or person as they are is not the same as accepting a situation as it is.

If in the moment someone or something is acting in a way that does not resonate with your highest truth, then you actively begin to take steps to either change yourself or the situation. If they are or the situation is open to change then all well and good. If not, then you leave it or them to be and carry on living your truth as well as you are able.

In every moment you must follow or serve your highest truth. What you feel in your heart to be right. By being true to yourself you will be true to others and life itself, for in reality there are no others, and you are Life in its totality. This is why it is vital to be absent in thought and present in the Now consciously. Most people are in the Now unconsciously. They are in their thoughts about the Now which is entirely different.

Do not pre-think. Do not set up an ideal as ideals carry with them expectations and if expectations are not met, then we not only make ourselves suffer but others also. Always be grateful for what is and if you cannot be grateful then be peaceful in the acceptance of the moment.

Be as Love itself, without judgment, serving your highest truth in the moment by accepting and reacting to the moment exactly as it is and not as you think it should be idealistically. To move outside the now is to move into a mental concept of life and life is not a mental concept. It is real.

~ Tracy Pierce

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