I was listening to a lecture given by David Hawkins today. And although I like to think I “know” the power and importance of love in my life…this lecture just engrained it a bit more into my brain.
This is some information I quoted from his lecture that allowed me to understand a little more:
“In World War 2 the children, the infants were taken out of London at the time of the blitz. They were taken out into domiciles out into the safe country and they died by the thousands. They stopped eating, they became apathetic, they became depressed, they stopped responding and they died. So physicality then, is not enough. It baffles science because nutritionally they had everything – vitamins, balanced diets, germ free environments etcetera. And they died right and left. And then they brought in some nannies. ‘What’s the matter with these infants?’ And the nannies began to hug them and cuddle them and jostle them on their knee and boxed them on their ears when they deserved it….and they flourished.”
I know this. I know that people and animals and plants thrive when tended to with love. But I guess I needed to hear that we die without it.
It just makes me want to fill my life with only it. It is the source of all things. It is life. It is what I am made of.