Love’s Longing Audiobook is Now Available

Love’s Longing is now available as an audiobook on Audible and other audio sites. I have just listened to the whole audiobook myself, and I think you will like it. It’s one of those books you can keep listening to. It has an uplifting effect because spiritual reality is uplifting.

If you need to know how to love, how to understand love or how to project it, this book will be valuable to you. (Review)

A book filled with interesting and thought-provoking thoughts. Had to reread some parts to get the full thought of some passages and actually read some to my husband! (Review)

More poetic and deeper than expected. Very well written. (Review)

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Love’s Longing: Not As It Seems

How can we see things as they really are? It’s important, don’t you think? For example, honesty can seem like meanness, when really it may be love. Niceness can seem loving, when really it may not be at all. People can wish us dead and still be polite to us. And people can sometimes seem harsh, when they would give their life for us. The behaviour of a person does not necessarily correspond with their underlying intention. If we can’t see people clearly, we can end up trusting people and situations that are not in our best interest and dismissing people and situations which would make our life better and happier. It is not just in regards little things but if we understand the far-reaching and powerful effect of thought, we realise that it can even be a life and death matter. Thought is very powerful and the underlying intention is everything.

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Love’s Longing: In Love With Life

Jealousy

We all know the sting of jealousy. It’s painful. Jealousy within the context of a love relationship is really fear. We are afraid that someone will take away that which we have become so attached to and, to varying degrees, have based our life on. However, that fear can quickly turn into anger. Even though we will not have meant to hurt our loved one, that is exactly what we will do in proportion to our jealousy. It’s a destructive human trait, although it is automatic in human nature unless deliberately curbed.

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