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Romantic Love: to encourage or to burn out?

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Messenger: wildwomb Sent: 11/5/2018 3:23:56 PM

Does romantic love have a place in rasponsible livity?

I and I strive to live the best for the higher purpose, devoting life to works, Iducation, ital nutrition, self-care, and meditation. All is perfect, I am content.

Or I was until I met him, the Glorious Rasta Man whose words and teachings have blown my mind and captured my heart.

We have met 4 times now within 6 months and with each meeting I feel a stronger romantic energy that is more intense than anything I have ever known before.

Today I spent the whole day dwelling upon this Beautifully Benevolent African King while feeling incredibly alive, blissful, sexual, and inspired.

**What is the right thing to do?**

To encourage these romantic feelings of "falling in love" or

To burn them out and redirect the mind towards works?

Is romantic love just an illusion and a distraction?

Is it healthy to deny natural sexual feelings?

Above all I and I desire to live well and don't want to waste JAH precious life on false things.

Please advise.

Messenger: Nesta1 Sent: 11/5/2018 10:46:45 PM

Go with the flow. By all means experience the love. Drink it in. Enjoy it. Celebrate living your life. Nothing wrong with experiencing romantic love. It's a Good thing whether it last a week, a month, a year or a lifetime. The spiritual touch of deeply loving another human being is definitely a very Righteous and Holy act.


Messenger: Queen Nyakakhuluvyako Sent: 11/6/2018 5:20:52 PM

Encourage feelings of love to revitalise the works. Build networks with inspirational people like that benevolent brother. Feel strengthened by the love.

Collaborate with that King, he must be feeling empowered by wildwomb positive energy and appreciation. If I and I words and teachings can inspire feelings of such intense love and aliveness then the works are effective.

Say yes to good things.

More love.

Messenger: Nesta1 Sent: 11/7/2018 12:29:01 AM

Well said, Queen Nyakakhuluvyako, very well said.

Messenger: Aisha Sent: 11/8/2018 3:17:38 AM

if you are ready to make the commitment of marriage to each other it could be a positive step in your life. without this commitment you may defile and hurt yourself with romantic love.

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