By Anjali Mittal
Contributing Author for Spark Igniting Minds
SELF LOVE is neither self-pity nor self-centredness. Awakening of the sacred, towards oneself, is the profoundness of Self-love.
What is permanent shall stay, rest will sublime with the passing times. The vehicle in which our soul completes its span of life is the most vulnerable and precious gift from the divine. Realizing this truth, our respective bodies are the temples, in which we carry out our designated missions by attaining our virtues and add value to our lives.
Thus, it becomes our own responsibility to take care of our thoughts, as they reflect on our life surface. Our actions and deeds are the causes we are making in the present and harvest the effects in the future.
Respect, acceptance, and appreciation for oneself is the commitment to create great causes for us and the environment around. The rewards are conspicuous and inconspicuous.
Self-love is the highest form of prayers, one offers to the mystic. The flavors of your prayers depend upon your thoughts and actions. Connecting to the core of oneness, we realize and feel that abundant flow of empowerment.
The quiddity of Oneness is only possible with self-love. Once we are on this wonderful path, we are elevated and are able to transform our fundamental darkness into fundamental enlightenment. This is what we all are seeking!
But then, this is not the end of our journey. It's a new beginning, a new chapter of life with more empowerment and brilliance to exuberate far and wide. Building this absolute state of happiness with our sincere efforts tirelessly is, Self Love.
TO ME, SELF LOVE IS A PRAYER TOWARDS THE DIVINE.
TO ME, SELF LOVE IS THE GRATITUDE, I PAY TOWARDS MY HIGHER SELF.
TO ME, SELF LOVE IS THE QUIDDITY OF LIFE.
Let us all sink in the ocean of self-love. The more you drown, you breathe more. The more you sail through the tides, you reach towards the horizons of the tranquil lights.
Suffice, your existence with the abundance of Self Love…❤️
About Anjali Mittal
An old soul, nowhere, to visit n uncode those mysteries of life, to expiate my Karma n probably to rise n shine.
Anjali Mittal is my name n then, an old saying."What's in the name".
For, I shall carry it till I go n reside in the spirit of life.
Gratitude, to hold me, till the last breath of life.