Christ & I love you.

Sitting at a table in New York for breakfast a couple days ago and conversation of snow in New Hampshire shifted to politics and aardvark awkwardness arrived with one of the table’s party happy to yak and the other finding it too emotional and preferred other topics.  Shifting back to snow and things light was fine with me as I was out of time to get to the train back towards New Hampshire.  In fact my presumption of being able to make up some time by hopping in a cab blew up because of traffic.  The GPS showed that it would take 1/2 hour by foot or car to get to the train station and I needed to get there in 20 minutes to allow for finding the train platform.  I literally ran for the train.

Conversation is a topic of conversation.  Conversations are being avoided due to fear, anger, and angst.  With the I love you challenge and other writings that have been developing over time, a course and method of communication has been coming to me to assist with bettering this situation, lessening the fear, and engendering more fruitful conversations enabling greater full potential in our flourishing amidst this gorgeous ongoing Creation of Creation.

We learn in school that when one is creating a piece of communication, one starts with a summary about what will be shared, a sharing, and then a summary of what was shared.  The gist of this zest I suggest is to add in overtly or discreetly prior and post of these two summaries that Christ and you love those you are addressing, “Christ & I love you.” IE I suggest we add two bright bookends so as to help us keep the message rooted on rooting for the optimal for all of Creation with the Guidance of our Creator, Christ.  It will help us to keep kind and loving and empathetic and other focused.  1 Corinthians 13 baby.

Also, as this is the basic meaning, message, and assignment of life, to build up the knowledge of the overwhelming love for Creation by our Creator Christ to the ends of the earth, we will feel most fulfilled and accomplished.  Also, we can make Christ’s Heart Happy.

Proverbs 27:11 Learn to be wise, my son, and gladden my heart, that I may have an answer for the man who insults me.

On top of all of this, people receiving each sentence or longer message are more likely to hear and understand.  And so we are more likely to engender conversation and learn and flourish too.

I love you and so does Jesus, God, and Holy Spirit along with Mother Mary, Saint Joseph, Saint Joan, Saint Jude, your Guardian Angel, all the Holy Angels, and all the Holy Saints.