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Separations of many kinds seem pervasive. No wonder even a glimpse of the wholeness and oneness of divine Love brings healing.
Wouldn't we all treasure a love that is broad and generous? We yearn to understand the source and unifying power of such love and to be assured that we can't be separated from it. We hope that it is all-embracing, caring for us and others permanently. This love certainly won't leave us if we continue to look for it in the right direction and see love as a power that is unfragmented, undivided.
The wholeness of genuine love doesn't have its source in human life, with its ups and downs, its expectations and disappointments. Real love doesn't originate in people but in God, who is described in the New Testament of the Bible as Love itself (see I John 4:16).
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