Comments on: Anger VS. Love — A Real Battle Being Waged the practical spirituality of unconditional love Tue, 27 Jul 2010 11:12:14 +0000 hourly 1 By: Pinky Thu, 21 Feb 2008 03:16:35 +0000 Hi Debbie! Thank you for sharing this article… I believe in what you said that you need to be that stronger force that balances negativity I have been doing that but what if you suddenly find yourself giving so much and becoming drained? What if someone you have been supporting sees your love as something he claims as just rightfully deserved, does not acknowledge its purity and insults you that it was your choice to love him anyway. Does not validate you as a person. YOu feel that it hurts you even if you do not wish to expect something in return, just maybe a validation that you are loving him and let it somehow inspire him. You are so hurt because you see how cruel this person could be… realizing this upsets the balance between what you believe about good and evil because you are experiencing the latter. the situation is no longer healthy for you to stay on… would you continue to keep loving? Or would it give you some right to feel angry? is it wrong to let go, stay away even if that’s the only way you could feel sure again that you could keep loving? is it wrong to make that person realise he has wronged you? They say love never dies but this experience makes it hard for you to believe it. What if you know how selfish the one you love is, is it wrong to let go of the love you feel? If love should not die, in this case, what must be done?

By: Vector8 Wed, 19 Dec 2007 14:02:37 +0000 Dearest Debbie,

Thank you so much for your wonderful article.

There is inexhaustible Love everywhere and you can either resist it or be it. Indeed, love can move mountains when you believe.

Thank you for being Love.

Love always,