“Love” by Veena Nankani

A poem about the fundamental premise of love
 
God loves every human being
EVERY human being
EVERY human being
EVERY human being.
 
Which God am I talking about?
I’m talking about YOUR GOD
I’m talking about YOUR GOD
I’m talking about YOUR GOD.
 
How do I know this?
The FOUNDATIONAL THEOLOGY of every major religion 
The FOUNDATIONAL THEOLOGY of every major religion 
The FOUNDATIONAL THEOLOGY of every major religion.
 
It is the being that God is seeing
THE BEING that God is seeing
THE BEING that God is seeing
THE BEING that God is seeing.
 
So every single being
Who is alive and therefore being
BE – BE
BE – BE
BE LIKE YOUR GOD – LOVE EVERY HUMAN BEING.
 
To those that don’t believe in God
Your challenge may appear greater
But it is actually simpler
Understanding love of humanity is moral is all that is required
So love out of choice, not because it is a command.
 
LOVE IS A CHOICE
THE CHOICE TO LOVE IS MORAL
THE CHOICE TO LOVE IS MORAL 
LOVE IS MORAL
LOVE IS MORAL.
 
EVERYBODY LOVE
EVERYBODY LOVE
LOVE EVERYBODY
LOVE EVERYBODY.
 
Make love what you are seeing
Make love a part of your being
Now just be
BE LOVE.
 
(How can I be so sure that God loves everyone? I am educated in the theology of all major & most minor religions. I am yet to find a religion on which the foundational premise is that God hates every human being. The God of every religion does not want to see the beings he created perish. All religions differ in what they think God finds acceptable & sinful, but God hates an act, never the BEING. Until a being dies, a being can always change. Don’t write people off, you are not the judge.)
 
 
 

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By the author of the comedy autobiography "Mum Knows Best" Veena Nankani - Life Coach, Nutritionist, Motivational Speaker, Writer, Poet, Professional Reviewer and Entrepreneur. www.veenanankani.com
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