What’s Love Got to do with It?

The Pansy

Everything in nature relates to humans in one way or another since we are made from the same stuff!

The name pansy is derived from the French pensee meaning ‘thought.’ While the Middle English name, viola comes from ‘remembrance.’ Which ever name you use they both  relate to the mind. 

That reminds me!  

As beautiful as the pansies are the question remains, ‘What’s love got to do with it?”

Purple and White are Our Colors not our Heart

Beauty brings Love to the forefront of our consciousness!

We can find beauty in the simplest things, like a pansy. We love it, and mentally we need love to refine ourselves.

Look for beauty in the world and in your life and you will find love. Is that True?

Kindly consider sharing your inspirations by leaving a comment.

In the hope You find Love close at hand, Portia SLB


“Whenever we are inspired by beauty, we have taken a step towards Spiritual Vibrations.”

Eugene Fersen, Pearls of Wisdom, Volume 1, page 82.

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Science of Being is the science of your being and reveals the means and methods to manifest success in the physical world and contact the source of All Power. It is a harmonious blending of Wisdom and science that support and explain each other. And addresses the Big Questions like ‘Is there a God?’ and ‘How can I contact God?’ It is also practical in very realistic ways by helping you answer: ‘Why do I experience problems? How can I achieve happiness in my life now?’ ‘Who am I?’ and ‘What is my purpose?’
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2 Responses to What’s Love Got to do with It?

  1. MelissaLB says:

    So True! There’s a meaning behind everything! It’s up to us to find the beauty and there we are inspired by Love! I agree with Pat too!

  2. Pat N says:

    Love has everything to do with it.  Without love, we would be empty.  And the beauty that surrounds us fills us each day with unlimited amounts of love.  Need to share!  

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