Song: Beloved by Jordan Feliz
I wanted to save this post for this day wherein the idea of love is celebrated, however misunderstood it may be. This day we associate with a display of physical or emotional attachment coupled with gift-giving as a token. Meant to be a demonstration of souls knitted together, its true essence is loss in commercialism.
Though people experience the word on various surfaces, the soul captivated by its author understands the depth and layers of its reality. They gain wisdom in what it looks like, what it feels like, how it behaves itself, what it does and doesn’t do. Though there is much written about it, its demonstration and teachings fall short of its heavenly discipline.
In the Song of Solomon 2:16 we read: My beloved is mine, and I am his: he feedeth among the lilies. Although Webster defines beloved Loved; greatly love; dear to the heart, we miss the fullness of it if we are without a personal relationship with its originator.
Whether in a relationship or solo, wrap your heart around the lover of our souls, for the Beloved is ours, and we are his!