If everything is either an expression of love or a call for love, that has great ramifications for us in terms of how we live our life, and how we respond to life.
Boiled down to its simplest form, we get to pay attention to whether the events and people in our lives are an expression of love, or a call for love. And we get to pay attention to whether we ourselves are expressing love or calling for it.
This is the life lesson. What is our own call for love? What is our expression of love? The most accurate way I know of to determine that is to examine how other people are treating us. And how life is treating us.
Chances are, if one person is treating us a certain way, it is happening in other areas too. And if we remember that life is simply reflecting back to us what we are projecting, then this puts us in the empowering position of examining what we are projecting in life, then changing that projection.
So we begin with an exploration of our core values. And we pay attention to what is showing up in our life. And we adjust and/or tweak our own responses, actions and words to fit our values. Or we change our values. In this way we are taking charge of our lives, no longer victims. Empowered to then be an expression of love, and to better answer other’s calls for love with that expresssion.