Last week I spent several days with a few family members in a beach house at Duck, North Carolina (the Outer Banks).
I'm not a beach person. I love the mountains. And I'd made a few less than excited comments to friends about the beach in the days leading up to the trip.
But I'd made the commitment to go and spend time with the family (especially my young grandson) so I decided to be "all in."
So what does that mean, exactly?
I decided to look for expressions of love. Everywhere. In the beach experience, the people I was with and met, and in the activities each day. I think A Course in Miracles explains it beautifully:
"When you want only love, you will see nothing else."
And that's what I experienced, many expressions of love:
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