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~ The greatest lack in this world is compassion and care ~

~ The greatest lack in this world is compassion and care ~
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Thursday, 17 April 2014

Keep the Hug Movement Growing - Shae Hugs

There is not enough love in this world. Actually the greatest lack in this world is compassion and care - meaning unconditional love. Caring about people is your right.

Instead of picking up weapons and fighting, there is far less energy being used to hold someone's hand and hug instead. There is less energy used in feeling anger and hate, than feeling love.

Anger and hate deplete energy. Love is energising.

Weapons kill, fighting injures people. Hugs break down the barriers to enable love and healing. Masses of people have barriers - barriers from feeling hurt and even fear.

One day men will put down their weapons and hug instead.
 
The brotherhood of man is still in conflict and yet there are ways to sort out differences without entering battle - without combat, without silencing one voice so the other voice rules.

We live in a big world - one family and one humanity.

 So many people have barriers because of conditioning. It is going to take time to break down these barriers - for people to stop and realise they can have a hug and smile.



Once people realise what is happening, there will be queues for hugs. People will start to hug more - friends greeting each other. The personal contact between two human beings is touch.

Waking up and feeling loved and cared about is your birthright. A stranger often might be the person who is going to share that positive feel good factor - accept the love.

So many people have known broken homes and family conflict - many millions of people are hurting in our world. The hug movement is growing. There are never enough huggers with open arms.

Sometimes a hug can make all the difference.



Scotland 2007 - feeling the love being shared openly.

Around 20 years ago I had a dream of a hug seminar. Stepping off stage I gave a hug to people and within moments over 2000 people hugged. Each person hugged the person standing on each side. Only thing is - I do not do public speaking but I do know the healing power of hugs.

Most importantly - a hug does not have a price tag.

The hug movement is growing on the streets, Keep it going.

Peace, love and best wishes.
Pauline Maria

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