You can never fully understand life without the gift of forgiveness and patience, which leads to “Love’s Freedom and What it Means”.

With everyone you meet, you must learn to be these virtues, that of patient and forgiving. Start by allowing yourself to reach a level of oneness and feeling complete. Your confidence, yet another virtuous quality, can be empowering in relationships too. Love provides the ability to come from a place of purity. No amount of judgment can ensure your level of acceptance and peace.

Patience, and even consistency, are tools that work together.

Love’s freedom reveals an experience like no other. Love can grow and mature through time due to life lessons. Love’s freedom can be a oneness that propels you into life’s endeavors, allowing you to capture one of the greatest successes of — Freedom! I’m talking about the kind of freedom to express yourself, without the need for approval from others.

How many times have you been mindful of what to say, or what not to say, and to whom? By loving yourself, you can begin to create the foundation which enables you to walk in love, live in peace, and share happiness. Love is like walking in a meadow of fresh air for the first time. As a result, you start to… Believe It! Breathe It! Live It!

Finding The Answers

What it means is this: you must be willing to have no bias, no prior assumptions, or false pretenses. Rather, Love’s Freedom demonstrates spirituality in relationships. By loving yourself first, you can then love someone else.

When you act unconditionally, you can experience a full sense of freedom, sharing these services with everyone with whom you come into contact.

This fulfillment can result in confidence without constraints, by communicating more deeply, and more confidently. Addressing the everyday pressures from family, friends, or co-workers becomes easier, open, and a more expansive endeavor.

And with that, you will have obtained “Love’s Freedom and What it Means”.

I am an ordained pastor, I have BA in Psychology with Specialization in Mental Health. I worked with Special Needs/ Autistic children for over 16 years. I worked as an addiction counselor for 7 years, and now I am currently working for myself as the CEO of A Beam of Light LLC. Professional Life Coach


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