If you’re a loving being then you cannot choose anything other than love and be true to yourself.
Think about that – if you choose a fearful perspective in any situation then you are not being consistent with your true nature.
When you choose fear, fear immediately has to convince you of what you are not. It tells you that you’re not good enough, unworthy, lacking, selfish or any other unloving evaluation. Fear gets busy gathering evidence and “proof” that supports its opinion of what you are and doesn’t let love come into your awareness. That’s fears job. Its consistent, relentless and logical about doing its job.
At some point we have enough of living a life of fear. For the most part we seem willing to put up with the “status quo” but eventually everyone has moments when life becomes intolerable. These can be moments of transformation. The process of transformation is disturbing but our distress motivates us to change – to make another choice. We can be thankful that the outcome is certain because we are “hard-wired for love”.
Until that point you can be tempted to depend on others, money, things and places to make you happy. But when someone leaves you, a financial crisis happens or any other challenging circumstance, you have a chance to remember love. Your life has come to a point, when the memory of your true identity can return to your awareness.
You can be glad the ultimate outcome is certain only because you are “hard-wired for love”.