Why are you afraid to tell someone that you love them, especially someone close to you? Does this make you look vulnerable? Do you think this makes you look silly in certain people's eyes?
Society has "rules" that we are only supposed to say "I love you" to someone close to you, but Love is who you are. It takes a lot of effort to be something you are not, or rather to not be that which you are. It is exhausting --- kind of like trying to hold back the tide.
Telling everyone that you love them does not make you vulnerable. It makes you powerful, the power that comes from God. We can only be "safe" by being vulnerable, by expressing our emotions and authenticity, by being flexible to flow with God -- not by being inflexible and hardened like a rock. Spirit moves and flows with ease, blessing and loving everything it comes into contact with.
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