- The increased importance of emotional maturity
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The increased importance of emotional maturity
Why is that? Instead of seeing an object that threatens us, or that we desire, or that we fear, we see a person, as wounded and as lost as we were, or just an empty surface with no meaning. Now we are truly aware for the first time, of essences, relations, potentials. We are maturing.
25 Signs of Maturity: How Mature Are You?
We feel things more intensely. We sense things more intuitively. We know things more directly. And so we can hold greater obligations.
Of all the obligations we thought we had — getting, having, acquiring — now we come to the beginning of infinitude. The great truths.
Love is the Mark of True Maturity – How To Live Series – Part 5 - jozomibola.tk
Of all these the greatest is love. That is our truest obligation. First we were afraid of the world, then ourselves, then others, then of letting all those fears go. Now we understand that all along we were simply seeking love. Those fears are all different faces of one need, right?
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But now we know that to earn love so we must love. The mistake of immature logic is to suppose that love is taken, not given to be had. If love is given to be had, then it is not a thing at all. It is a frequency, a relation, a flow. Related Pages. Graham Cooke. Danny Silk - Loving on Purpose. Kris Vallotton.
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Craig Hill Religious Organization. Doug Addison. Randy Clark. Tolerate the weaknesses of those in the family of faith, forgiving one another in the same way you have been graciously forgiven by Jesus Christ. If you find fault with someone, release this same gift of forgiveness to them. For love is supreme and must flow through each of these virtues. Love becomes the mark of true maturity.
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