Inspirational Video: Love Letter for the Broken-Hearted, The Lonely, and Others Who Will Find Love Again
by Brian Vaszily, Author of the International #1 Bestseller, The 9 Intense Experiences - named one of the 5 Best Motivational Books Ever
I believe this inspirational video will help you if you are broken-hearted, lonely, or wondering if love really exists at all. I created it as a way of dealing with my own broken heart.
Below the inspirational video you will find the transcript of the video. Feel free to link to this Love Letter for the Broken-Hearted, or reprint the transcript on your blog, Facebook, etc. with a live link back to this page.
Here is what I have finally discovered about love: It never leaves us. We only leave it.
First and in the greatest sense, love for everyone and everything in the universe is always there, ready for us to only recognize it and act on it.
You can experience this pervasive love most deeply when you commit an act of kindness, especially an act of kindness to someone who has wronged you, where your baser self would rather choose an apathetic or vengeful response but you choose kindness instead. They are disarmed. They are often speechless. You can literally see the spirit of love move into their eyes and through their body, even if it is soon suppressed again and the walls again rise in their eyes because their minds do not understand and therefore do not accept that ever-present love.
Because some are too busy ramming through life, against life, and they do not recognize the stars above and their eternal message does not mean those stars are not there. In the same way, because some do not recognize the love and act on it and instead present themselves apathetically or hatefully to others does not mean the love is not there. Love is always there, like the stuff of stars.
Second, in the specific sense of one with whom you have had a romantic relationship, if you truly opened yourself and they got to see the deepest you and then proclaimed to love you, which means they had the gift of experiencing you beyond merely your mind and body and down into your soul, that love also never leaves. That romantic love is indeed an expression of the universal love, concentrated down into two souls – yours and theirs – that represent all souls, that represent the universe. It is the same love that always was and always will be.
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Think of someone who has told you they love you where you felt through your heart and into your spirit that they meant it. “I love you” is often stated in our world, but it is true that it is frequently stated from places of fear and insecurity, or lust. I am not talking about those misstatements. I am referring to those times where someone has told you they love you and in your soul you knew it was true.
Think back on the situation in which this proclamation of love occurred. Chances are it was a situation of purity, a situation freed from the chains of mental tension, fear, doubt and carnal temptation.
Perhaps sitting across from one another at a candlelit table, where all the truth of the world is contained right there in the gaze between one another’s eyes, and none of the world’s illusions can get in: “I love you.”
Or perhaps while lying entwined in one another’s bodies on a beach before the honest ocean: “I love you."
Or perhaps sitting together hand-in-hand listening to beautiful music that cleanses complexity from your mind and illuminates your soul: “I want to marry you.”
Perhaps in the mountains, or two as embraced as one while dancing, or in the sweet honest solitude of the bedroom after making love: “I love you.”
Some may discount these situations where love is truly recognized and proclaimed as merely romantic, as if they were the moments of illusion. But they are the opposite. Candlelight, the ocean, music, mountains, dancing, solitude … these are the same type of situations that monks and shamans, artists and meditators, and all those seeking clarity have intentionally immersed themselves in throughout human history. They are the situations where truth reveals itself. They are gloriously romantic. They are pure.
But so often people leave the love. The love has been recognized and the truth voiced in those deep and pure situations, but now the complexities of the mind and body from the often stressful, confusing and fearsome surface world come to make it too challenging for one, or both, to remain committed to the love, and they leave the relationship. Sometimes the complexities of the mind and body are in fact so dense, such an opaque entanglement, that the love that was once so clearly seen cannot be seen or even recalled anymore.
We are spirits, but we are still spirits encased in these basic human minds and bodies with all of their complex illusions. That people leave the truth of love for mere thoughts and desires does not make them bad people. That people may never find that truth and recognize how it is the only thing worth holding onto in this world, or that they may finally find it but not with you, doesn’t make them bad people. It just makes them people.
But still the love is always there. It is always ready. And when two people who are finally ready for it come together and recognize and proclaim the love, they commit to it, knowing that love is perfect, and their spirits are perfect, but the human minds and bodies they are each encased in are complex, frail and imperfect, and so that is where they always will be required to understand, tolerate, communicate and work. They know that the love, being all that is true, is well worth this human work.
To know that the love is always there and always ready for us – love of the romantic kind but also the family kind, friendship kind, humanity kind, and other kinds, which are all ultimately of the universal kind -- makes the world such a beautiful place.
It is true that some people lose sight of the beauty, or never see it in the first place, or have their sight of it temporarily torn away by others whose minds and hearts are blinded to the love. But the truth of the beauty and the beauty of the truth is still always there.
Love is the constant. And no matter who you are or what you have or have not done, your deepest self already knows this, and your mind and heart can come to know this too and never leave it again. And you can take heart that others have come to know this, and they are ready to hold onto it too.
That is why there is always hope. That is why we go on even when it seems like we don’t know why we go on. That is why, even with heart-break after heart-break and loneliness after loneliness and thinking all is lost and we should just give up, our spirits persist.
And so, though your head may be clouded now and your heart hurting so bad that the pain shoots through every part of your body, persist.
Persist, persist, persist.
Love is there. Love prevails.
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