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Thomas Maples


Love is composed of a single soul inhabiting two bodies.

Love: An Act of Soulful Intent

The Philosopher’s Corner

To love… What is true Love? That single question has perplexed the greatest of minds yet moved the most poetic of souls throughout human history.

At its core, it is simplistic. To love is to give. To give all that you are, all that you have, in pursuit of something greater than what is. To love is an act of soul, it brings one down into the body, but takes one outside in a flight of spirit.

In psychology, the study of soul is paramount. But to understand the soul is to go within, into that dark place, that unknown territory that quite frankly can scare most. Yet in knowing its essence, one liberates themselves to realize the true nature of what is, so that one can direct the future of what can become. It is in the space made through ash work, that process of sifting through what was so that one can let go, that one can find their true potential, and infuse that space through loving intent. It is only in the ashes, that we find the glowing embers within to ignite the passions of the soul.

It has long been known that in order to love another, one must first love themselves. Love cannot come from without. It must come from a place of pure abundance. This ember of passion is found only within, and once grasped, can ignite a passion that can shake even the most staunch of souls.

In today’s inspirational quote, Aristotle reminds us that love is a unifying force that unites two souls into one purpose. Love is the Law! Under it, all else succumbs.

Prayers and blessings to you all on this Beautiful Day of Gratitude. Believe… Achieve… Advance Confidently in the Direction of Your Dreams.

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