The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched. They must be felt with the heart – Helen Keller.
Valentines Day has become a commercial frenzy, like so many other calendar events. However, real love can exist for anyone in a good relationship. You should know what the best and most beautiful things in the world are. Birthdays too give an opportunity to show affection in subtle ways, far more practically than spending money on absolute tat. Yes, gifts are a wonderful way to show and say something. Often though, just saying it is more meaningful to the recipient. Flowers often touch a lady’s heart, but if there is a compulsion to buy them for a certain day does that not mean they are less substantial?
According to the works of Gary Chapman, we each have our own basic love language and secondary love languages. From gifts, to quality time, to acts of service, to words or touch. We each have a way of pleasing another and being pleased by another. Working to our partners love language, will most easily produce the best and most wonderful things in the world as a matter of course. We advise all attendees of our life workshops, events or retreats, to read his book. Then to see for themselves what a difference it can make to their current relationships.
Often the best and most beautiful things in the world are an understanding or conscious awareness, of oneness with another human being, but this is not always the case. Often it can be with animals, plants or even light itself. When we are able to appreciate the best and most beautiful things in the world, we realize that everything has beauty beyond words. Everyone has wholeness and all life is a miracle. All life should be deeply connected to our souls. Life is to be treasured in every respect and respected in every form. Through love, life can be formed into another of the best and most beautiful things in the world.
All life is valuable. Whether a blade of grass or a mighty oak tree, a tiny mouse or a huge elephant, an unborn child or a 99-year-old dementia sufferer. Every life accounts for something and is meant to be alive, if only by the sheer number of statistical improbabilities of it being alive. We believe that every living organism has purpose and deserves to receive love.
Blissland will also be one of the best and most beautiful things in the world xx.