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Amma (Mata Amritanandamayi Devi)

The common expression is ‘I love you.’ But instead of ‘I love you,’ it would be better to say, ‘I am love — I am the embodiment of pure love.’ Remove the I and you, and you will find that there is only love. It is as if love is imprisoned between the I and you. Remove the I and you, for they are unreal; they are self-imposed walls that don’t exist. The gulf between I and you is the ego. When the ego is removed the distance disappears and the I and you also disappear. They merge to become one — and that is love. You lend the I and you their reality. Withdraw your support and they will disappear. Then you will realise, not that ‘I love you,’ but that ‘I am that all-embracing love.’

— Amma (Mata Amritanandamayi Devi)

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If you fall into a hole,
you don’t poke out your eyes
because they have failed you.
Why not tolerate other’s faults as well?
When you hurt your hand
you don’t reproach it,
you apply medicine and nurse it with care.
So too should we care for others
never blaming them for their faults.

— Messages from Amma: In the Language of the Heart – Never Blame

Never Blame