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"The greatest science in the world; in heaven and on earth; is love."
Mother Teresa

"And think not you can guide the course of love. For love, if it finds you worthy, shall guide your course."
Kahil Gibran

"He who love touches walks not in darkness."
Plato

"We are shaped and fashioned by what we love."
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

"Loving people live in a loving world. Hostile people live in a hostile world. Same world. "
Wayne Dyer

"Love is a given, hatred is acquired."
Doug Horton

"Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It is not rude, it is not self-seeking. It is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil, but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres. Love never fails."
The Bible-I Corinthians 13:4-8

"We need not think alike to love alike."
Francis David

"When we feel love and kindness toward others, it not only makes others feel loved and cared for, but it helps us also to develop inner happiness and peace."
The Dalai Lama

"When the power of love overcomes the love of power the world will know peace."
Jimi Hendrix

"Your task is not to seek for love, but merely to seek and find all the barriers within yourself that you have built against it."
Rumi

"Self-love, my liege, is not so vile a sin, as self-neglecting."
William Shakespeare

"Teacher, which is the great commandment in the law? Jesus said to him, You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind. This is the great and first commandment. And a second is like it, You shall love your neighbor as yourself."
Jesus Christ

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Love Definition: A deep, tender, ineffable feeling of affection and solicitude toward a person, such as that arising from kinship, recognition of attractive qualities, or a sense of underlying oneness.

Etymology of 'Love'
Old English lufu "love, affection, friendliness," from Proto-Germanic *lubo (cf. Old High German liubi "joy," German Liebe "love;" Old Norse, Old Frisian, Dutch lof; German Lob "praise;" Old Saxon liof, Old Frisian liaf, Dutch lief, Old High German liob, German lieb, Gothic liufs "dear, beloved").

Positive Suggestions:
"Awaken your natural Love"
"Perfect Love is within you"
"Allow yourself to feel Love now"
"Accept Love"
"Trust in your Love"
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Self Esteem: The Self Help Guide - Secrets To Confidence And Self Compassion - How To Love Yourself And Believe In Yourself
by Genevieve AmorSearch for Genevieve Amor

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No matter how hard you work, is something missing from your life? Do you feel others deserve more than you? Are your relationships with your friends and family strained at best?


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This book is chock full of tips, exercises, and super short-cuts that are perfect for people who want to improve their lives and relationships, but don?t know where to start. It explains how to accept yourself and reduce unnecessary stress and anxiety. You'll also find out the various external stimuli that can trigger our emotional reactions.
Self Esteem also teaches you to love yourself by learning to accept criticism and examine your inadequacies. You'll discover how to stop judging yourself, be more positive, and smile more. You'll also find out how to take the good from your past, but not the bad; it's not hard to start feeling good about yourself again!

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Compassion, Love and Sex (OSHO Singles)
by Osho Media InternationalSearch for Osho Media International

Although Osho responds to a question related to compassion the main issue he addresses in this talk is 'love' and he expands his response to elaborate a deeper understanding of sex, love and compassion. "Only compassion is therapeutic – because all that is ill in man is because of lack of love. All that is wrong with man is somewhere associated with love. He has not been able to love, or he has not been able to receive love. He has not been able to share his being. That?s the misery. That creates all sorts of complexes inside."

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Love Beyond Kindness: Understanding Love in Others and Achieving Happiness and Fulfillment (Unity & Compassion)
by Mildred HopkinsSearch for Mildred Hopkins

Loving Beyond Kindness: Understanding Love in Others and Achieving Happiness and Fulfillment, is all about providing readers with the right knowledge and understanding of how important it is to show the love of others through kindness. It also aims to provide a clear differentiation of kindness to other and love.

Love, despite its commonality in terms of usage, is one of the most misunderstood words. And despite having read so many books, articles and even its meanings in the dictionary, people still misinterpret love as the feeling that purely based on emotions and the attachment of a person to one or more individuals, such as a partner in life, siblings, children, relatives and friends.

And the same goes for kindness. This book would like to help readers understand that kindness can be based on different things, not on love alone. One can be kind to others, but does not mean that he or she is in love with the person; however, for one to be able to express true love, that person should be able to show selfless kindness, compassion and concern towards others.

Here is a preview of what you will learn from this book:


? Understand the difference between the concepts of love and kindness.
? Learn what self-less love is all about
? Know the benefits of unconditional love.
? Discover how self-less love and kindness can help a person achieve happiness and fulfillment in life and in their relationships with others.
? Find out more about how to show love and kindness to others.

This book aims to touch hearts and open the minds of readers to not just pass the word love around, but rather show the people their love that they are valued and cared for.
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OSHO Compassion: The Ultimate Flowering of Love (Osho: Insights for a New Way of Living)
by OshoSearch for Osho
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In this tenth volume of the popular Insights for a New Way of Living series, Osho examines the nature of compassion from a radically different perspective.  He points out that "passion" lies at the root of the word, and then proceeds to challenge assumptions about what compassion really is. Many so-called acts of compassion, he says, are tainted by a subtle sense of self-importance and desire for recognition. Others are based in the desire not really to help others but to force them to change. Using stories from the lives of Jesus and Buddha and the world of Zen, Osho shows how the path to authentic compassion arises from within, beginning with a deep acceptance and love of oneself.  Only then, says Osho, does compassion flower into a healing force, rooted in the unconditional acceptance of the other as he or she is.

Compassion includes an original, 120-minute talk by Osho on DVD. This visual component enables the reader to experience the direct wisdom and humor of Osho straight from the source.

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Learning to Love: Passion, Compassion and the Essence of the Gospel
by Heidi Baker, Rolland Baker
$13.99
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Missionary Leaders Reveal Behind-the-Scenes Glimpses from Africa

Continuing where their book Expecting Miracles left off, this narrative draws from the last five years of the life of Iris Ministries. Woven alongside fascinating narrative from Mozambique is teaching from Heidi and Rolland that communicates the distilled wisdom about the heart of the Gospel from all their years of serving the poor.

More than any of their previous books, this one has the most to say about what Rolland and Heidi have learned about love--whether in Africa or wherever home might be: finding intimacy with Jesus, concentrating on the humble and lowly, being willing to suffer for love's sake, finding God's supply of utterly needed miracles, and walking in the unquenchable joy of the Lord. Every reader will find incredible challenge and refreshment in these pages.
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The 21-Day Self-Love Challenge: learn how to love yourself unconditionally, cultivate self-worth, self-compassion and confidence (21-Day Challenges) (Volume 6)
by 21 Day ChallengesSearch for 21 Day Challenges
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The 21-Day Self-Love Challenge, the sixth book in the 21-Day Challenge series!

Are you tired of being shy and uncertain about yourself? Tired of negative self-talk that makes you feel bad and stops you from living your life to the fullest?

Are you ready to learn how to truly love and accept yourself as the perfectly imperfect person you are NOW?

Most people nowadays suffer from a low self-esteem. And of course we do! We live in a world where we call people who love themselves arrogant, where we encourage children to compete with one another in school and where we immerse ourselves daily in media of all the millions of things we have to do before we are considered adequately lovable.

Low self-esteem, low confidence, self doubt, self hatred, shyness, guilt, shame, soul-crushing depression - call it whatever you want, the idea is the same: you, the person whose opinion should matter to you the most, don?t accept yourself.

Low self-esteem isn?t just High School girls arguing over who is fatter. It?s much more serious than this, and can have pretty devastating consequences. See if you can find yourself in any of the following statements. If you can, then read right on - this book was written for you.
  • You often worry about what other people think of you (and surprise! You usually assume that their thoughts are bad?)
  • You feel that when compared to your peer group, you?re ?falling behind?.
  • You frequently embark on ?fix up? projects for your life. This could be a promise that no, seriously, you?re really going to go to the gym already, or a makeover, or splashing out on fancy supplements or $400 worth of self help audio books from this Indian swami you found on the internet.
  • You feel crushed by negative criticism. Completely crushed. Your whole day can be ruined if the cashier doesn?t laugh at your joke.
  • In the same way, the minute someone praises you, you?re on top of the world again.
  • You binge on bad food, smoke, take substances or drink more than you know you should, thinking in the back of your mind, ?so what if I get liver damage?
  • You dream of a point far in the future where finally, finally everything will be better and you won?t suck as much as you do now.
  • You can think of a few things in your life that you?re too old / fat / shy / lazy / uneducated / whatever to try. So you just dream about it instead.
Wow! That was depressing. But, did any of those seem all too familiar? If so, you may find it helpful to embark on a journey through - and out of - this kind of senseless self hate, one day at a time. The 21-Day Self-Love Challenge will help you to:
  • Develop self love and acceptance in an easy step-by-step way
  • Realize the importance of taking good care of yourself and your body, and how to bring this in practice
  • Let go of self-talk, behaviors, things and people that do not serve you
  • Understand why most self-love books you've read before didn't work
  • Develop new habits that will significantly boost your feelings of self-love on a daily base
  • ..and much more inside!
Learn how to love and accept yourself unconditionally TODAY. I CHALLENGE YOU!
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Love! Valour! Compassion! - Acting Edition
by Terrence McNallySearch for Terrence McNally
$9.00
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At a beautiful Dutchess County farmhouse, eight men hash out their passions, resentments and fears over the course of three summer weekends. There's Perry and Arthur, a professional couple of long standing, whose relationship, while strained, always manages to settle into the loving routine of a couple grown too familiar with one another, but happily so. The owner of the summer house, Gregory, is an aging choreographer who dotes on his younger lover, Bobby, who is blind. Their relationship seems solid, until an irresistible dancer, Ramon, callously flaunts his sex appeal and manages to seduce Bobby on the first night in the house. Trying to keep Ramon to himself is John Jeckyll, a soured ex-patriot Brit with a taste for melodrama-and cruelty. John rankles everyone around him, speaking the unspeakable in haughty nonchalance while probing the weaknesses of the others. The painful truth about his ire eventually becomes clear when he has to take care of his terminally ill twin brother, James. Unlike John, James inspires nothing but affection in those around him, and here lies both the crux of John's complaint and the source of one of the play's most blistering and revealing of monologues about the related questions of gay identity and self-esteem. Finally, there is Buzz, a maniacal lover of the musical theater. Like James, Buzz suffers from AIDS, and he has resigned himself to a life of humorous anecdotes and comforting trivia. Strange things can happen, though, and against all odds, Buzz finds himself falling in love for what may be one last summer. Winner of the 1995 Tony Award for Best Play. (Samuel French)
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My Self-Compassion Journal: Cultivating Love & Kindness for Myself
by Renee JainSearch for Renee Jain
$12.99
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Need a pick me up? Use this beautifully illustrated journal containing six research-inspired exercises to nurture greater self-compassion. After we face challenges and experience emotional turmoil, it?s commonplace to be self-critical. In short, we are regularly beating ourselves up for our own humanity. Fortunately, we can choose a different reaction to adversity. During the trials of life, we deserve our own love and kindness. This is not about self-pity or self-indulgence, but rather, it?s a form of compassion that acknowledges that we are simply human. There is mounting research that reveals that allowing ourselves to ?be human? is a path to greater well-being. But even without the science, if we quiet our souls and listen to our inner voices, it is clear that self-compassion will always trump self-criticism on the journey toward living a purposeful, meaningful, and engaged life. "Self-compassion soothes the mind like a loving friend who's willing to listen to our difficulties without giving advice, until we can sort out our problems for ourselves." ~Kristen Neff
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Compassion without Compromise: How the Gospel Frees Us to Love Our Gay Friends Without Losing the Truth
by Adam T. Barr, Ron Citlau
$12.99
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Two pastors offer compassionate, biblical answers about homosexuality and practical, real world advice on how to think and talk about this controversial issue with loved ones.
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For the Love: Fighting for Grace in a World of Impossible Standards
by Jen HatmakerSearch for Jen Hatmaker
$22.99
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Best-selling author Jen Hatmaker is convinced life can be lovely and fun and courageous and kind. She knows how the squeeze of this life can make us competitive and judgmental, how we can lose love for others and then for ourselves. She reveals how to:

  • Break free of guilt and shame by dismantling the unattainable Pinterest life.
  • Learn to engage our culture?s controversial issues with a grace-first approach.
  • Be liberated to love and release the burden of always being right. 
  • Identify the tools you already have to develop real-life, all-in, know-my-junk-but-love-me-anyway friendships.
  • Escape our impossible standards for parenting and marriage by accepting the standard of ?mostly good.?
  • Laugh your butt off.

In this raucous ride to freedom for modern women, Jen Hatmaker bares the refreshing wisdom, wry humor, no-nonsense faith, liberating insight, and fearless honesty that have made her beloved by women worldwide.


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