In Love

If love is true, its joys will be certain, and its sorrows will be comforted by the source of joy, divine Love. But if love is untrue, its joys will lack substance. They will eventually turn to sorrows, which will be comforted only as the untrue love is forsaken for what is true.

How do we know when love is true? With the human mind alone we do not know. We can only guess or hope. But as our human thought is inspired by divine Love, the difference between true and false love becomes more apparent. Then one who says, "I am in love," knows with more certainty that what he or she feels is real.

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