One Who Loves Truly Can Never Lose Entirely

Memories of love never pass.  They linger, guide, and influence long after the source of stimulation has faded.  There is nothing new in this.  Every person who has been moved by genuine love knows that it leaves enduring traces upon the human heart.  The effect of love endures, because love is spiritual in nature.  The man who cannot be stimulated to great heights of achievement by love, is hopeless–he is dead, though he may seem to live.

Go back into your yesterdays, at times, and bathe your mind in the beautiful memories of past love.  It will soften the influence of the present worries and annoyances.  It will give you a source of escape from the unpleasant realities of life, and maybe–who knows?–your mind will yield to you, during this temporary retreat into the world of fantasy, ideas, or plans which may change the entire financial or spiritual status of your life.

If you believe yourself unfortunate, because you have loved and lost, perish the thought.  One who has loved truly, can never lose entirely.  Love is whimsical and temperamental.  It comes when it pleases, and goes away without warning.  Accept and enjoy it while it remains, but spend no time worrying about its departure.  Worry will never bring it back.

Dismiss, also, the thought that love never comes but once.  Love may come and go, times without number, but there are no two love experiences which affect one in just the same way.  There may be, and there usually is, one love experience which leaves a deeper imprint on the heart than all the others, but all love experiences are beneficial, except to the person who becomes resentful and cynical when love makes its departure.

There should be no disappointment over love, and there would be none if people understood the difference between the emotions of love and sex.  The major difference is that love is spiritual, while sex is biological.  No experience, which touches the human heart with a spiritual force, can possibly be harmful, except through ignorance, or jealousy.

Love is, without question, life’s greatest experience.  It brings one into communion with Infinite Intelligence.  When mixed with the emotions of romance and sex, it may lead one far up the ladder of creative effort.  The emotions of love, sex and romance are sides of the eternal triangle of achievement-building genius.

Love is an emotion with many sides, shades, and colors.  But the most intense and burning of all kinds of love, is that experienced in the blending of the emotions of love and sex.  Marriages, not blessed with the eternal affinity of love properly balanced and proportioned with sex, cannot be happy ones–and seldom endure.  Love, alone, will not bring happiness in marriage, nor will sex alone.  When these two beautiful emotions are blended, marriage may bring about a state of mind closest to the spiritual that one may never know on this earthly plane.

When the emotion of romance is added to those of love and sex, the obstructions between the finite mind of man and the Infinite Intelligence are removed.  Then a genius has been born!

-Taken from the book “Think and Grow Rich” by Napoleon Hill

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