“The principle which gives the thought the dynamic power to correlate with its object, …is the law of attraction, which is another name for love.” Haanel, 12-18.
Alright, we are finally getting to it. Universal Mind is critical for us to identify with and align our thinking. It’s the source from which we imprint our ideal. But without love, baby, it’s just so much laundry blowin’ in the wind!
“Feeling is desire, and desire is love.” 12-18. Oh, but love is so much more than just feeling. And yet it is that feeling which powers the law of attraction such that we can manifest that upon which we focus. For our purposes in this course that may well be enough.
So let’s call it ‘loving’ instead of love. Isn’t it the be-all and the end-all? Period. Loving is the stuff, the glue, that holds it all together. What do I mean by ‘it’? Everything, It of Itself. To me there is no greater representation of what Eastern thought calls Absolute Reality than recognizing that loving is the matrix through which we exist.
All of which is pretty high-minded rhetoric when what we need to know here and now is ‘good habits are the key to all success.’ And that ‘neurons that fire together, wire together.’ That’s how we ‘create the necessary brain cells which will enable you to comprehend the unlimited powers which may be yours by cooperating with Natural Law.’12-25.
‘I greet this day with love in my heart.’ Let us follow the advice of Rumi, the 13 century Persian poet and Sufi master:
“Love is the bridge between you and everything.”