“What Would Love Do?”

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*The Latin root for intelligence is ‘intellegere’ which is made up of the two syllables ‘inter’ (between) and ‘legere’ (to gather, collect, choose) – which can be interpreted as “to choose from between the thoughts” or to collect (“get”, “receive”) from “between” which can be seen as ‘nothing’ or the ‘gap’.

“What Would Love Do?” may become the most important and maybe only question for us as individuals, as organizations and as a society. After having run out of answers and options – even the latest most striking inventions of most gifted people – we’re left and going to be left with nothing but a big question mark, while life is moving on, and with it the accumulation and enlargement of our unresolved problems and challenges.
When we’re humbled by our failures and arrogances, when we’re on our knees, there’s nothing left but surrender to not knowing*, is there? That is the space in which “What Would Love Do?” arises.
All solutions and operations born of the mind must inevitably fail because the mind is not capable of seeing the Whole. If our actions shall match the requirements of the Whole (holistic action) then we need to get ourselves to there, where the Whole is.
Love is another word for the Whole. Love doesn’t know boundaries nor is it fragmentally looking for its own benefits. Love doesn’t divide. Love is always a state and action of inclusiveness, not exclusiveness. Love is the greatest power, simply because it can’t be destroyed. Any act born of fragmentation is trapped in the dimension of fragmentation – and love can’t be found there, it lives in the dimension of the Whole.
Any problem the individual, the company, the organization, society faces – love can solve it absolutely. Love is not of the mind, it lives between thought, it is the space between ‘what is’. Love is not a feeling but a holistic intelligence.
So, ask yourself: “What Would Love Do?”
And then be silent and listen.
This silence feels like ‘nothing’ for the mind. So don’t look for ‘something’. Just remain silent.
Relax. Wait. This intelligence* will find you, when you are available; the state of ‘nothing’ is where love will find you. You can’t go there – love will need to come to you.
That’s maybe how relativity found Einstein; how the vision of the rainbow nation found Mandela, how that. ‘what’s missing’ will find you.

“What Would Love Do?”

  • Imagine all the people (thank you John Lennon!) start asking “What Would Love Do?”
  • Imagine all the CEOs start asking “What Would Love Do?”
  • Imagine all the politicians start asking “What Would Love Do?”
  • Imagine all the billionaires start asking “What Would Love Do?”
  • Imagine all the husbands and wives start asking “What Would Love Do?”
  • Imagine all the parents and teachers start asking “What Would Love Do?”
  • Imagine you would start asking “What Would Love Do?”

28 thoughts on ““What Would Love Do?”

  1. Zefix (german cursing) and again the right question at the right time.
    Since I read this question on facebook I often stumble over it.
    Okay – maybe I am only 10% really conscious about my thinking, feeling and acting but in interaction with other people and that question in mind and that question lived within that 10% of my life I am impossible to fail. Lets go – target acquired 20%

  2. Ah fantastic! What a tremendous joy it is to know that Bardo’s exist between every miniscule moment – in essence we are in a perpetual gap from which Love can arise. We have only to cultivate the habit of awareness of the loops of thought that our minds slip into, and then, be in total surrender to what is. Then receptivity beyond the mind awakens. The Divine arises. A Being Love Genesis. Not trying to receive but Being receptivity. Imagine the possibilities! Imagine truly Being in the flow of Love!

    For me, asking a question such as “What Would Love Do?” is a tricky place. Its an important and powerful open question, yes, and it is such a temptation for my mind to slip into thought – to process, to answer, to think. I prefer to dive into the depth of Being Love – to Be it without thinking. What do you think of the question “What would Love Be?”? And the question forms an anchor point to remember to bring the mind back into the present moment. To Be nothing. To Be the space for the arising of Love. Being in a state of nothing and letting Being Love flow in me, and through me. Being in the exquisite flow of an ever inclusive and expansive Love!

  3. You really make it seem so easy with your presentation however I in finding this topic to be really something which I think I would never understand. It kind of feels too complicated and very wide for me. I am taking a look forward for your next post, I will try to get the hang of it!

    • You’re quite right dear, “what would love do” is not something to be understood. What has been understood dies into the past. Love needs to live in the present. So keep on not-understanding!

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    • Because your heart can’t think, it only can feel and receive. Things like this don’t come through thinking. Try to feel, what your heart feels and then gently expand your awareness of that.

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      • So it was Marc. And yes, I see the editor is mentioned on the blog – meanwhile :-).

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  10. And when people ask themselves this then they are more able to find love and be in the presence of love rather than constantly searching for some fantasy.

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