If we truly love the world we live in,
If we truly love whatever we think we love,
If we truly love peace in ourselves and peace in the world,
Then look after our own minds.
“Out of ‘love’ towards my self, my life, my body, my mind, my feelings, my home, my family, my friends, my children, my relationship, my marriage, my freedom, my rights, my happiness, my possessions, my God, my religion, my lineage, my ancestor, my teacher, my students, my school, my practice, my ‘yoga’, my planet, my world, my community, my space, my environment, my pets, my country, my culture, my beliefs, my point of view, my abilities, my profession, my knowledge, my achievement, my reputation, my image and identity, I would do anything to preserve and protect all that I ‘love’ very much.”
If we think we ‘love’ this and that, and out of ‘love’, we would do anything to preserve and protect what we think we ‘love’ very much, to be the way that ‘I’ think they should be and the way that ‘I’ want them to be, then know that we don’t know what is love.