Of the two core fears of humans, one of them is falling (the other is loud sounds).
I marvel at our language and word choices.
Given, one innate fear is falling, are we saying we fall <fearfully> in love?
An alternative to fear and falling occurs in the world when we shift this to *be someone* who ...
What would it mean to Rise into Love? Who would you be if you Arose in Love?
From whence occurs this arising?
You, Dear Human.
When YOU rise, Love arises (comes into being).
When you fall, love is shadowed by fear. When love is overshadowed, your darkness (fear) creates our darkness.
Consider Love only arises when YOU rise.
Consider Love abides in your Arising.
Consider YOU are always at Choice to Rise in Love.
Love is not out here waiting to fall ... waiting to fear ... waiting to fail.
Love is already present in that which is aware.
That which is aware is YOU.
Love is already always present in YOU.
The premise of a portion of this verse in the christian bible is that the penultimate of love is to lay down ones Life for another that is dearly loved. Jesus was preparing his followers for his ultimate giving of such Love.
Love in service to Love.
How does one become the Love such that one my practice laying down one's Life (Love) in service to another that is dearly loved.
You lay down your Life.
And, what Life is being given?
When you are not Love, no Life is given. You won't give it. You don't know how. You have not experienced it in self in order to give it.
There is no greater Love you will give than the one you give yourself such that you become and are the very Love you seek.
The Life to lay down in service to that Love you already are ... Yours. What you *think* is yours. The facade of who you *think* you are.
The Life you lay down is the one that *blindly* drives you. When you lay down that Life, what remains is the Love you are. What remains is the full power of Life.