So I was sitting outside enjoying the sunshine munching on a doughnut. When I saw a pigeon, I tossed a piece at it which it gobbled up. When I threw another piece, I attracted more pigeons and they were soon scrambling over the food. I noticed one pigeon only had one foot and had no chance against the others so I decided to assist him by focusing all my attention on him.
I aimed the next piece at my hopping friend but he was too slow and another pigeon got there first. I really wanted my friend to get the food. Maybe if there are fewer pigeons he'll have more of a chance. So I wished for the other pigeons to go away. While there were only a few pigeons hovering, I threw a piece at my limping friend. He caught it just in time. Yay! I threw another piece but another pigeon got it. Bloody pigeon!
Come on, love, I want you to have the next piece!
When I tossed the piece, my friend caught it. Good! You're getting faster too! I threw another piece and another one went for it but it fell out of its beak and my friend got it. Yes! OK, here is the last piece for you, mate! I threw it and my friend caught it.
I thought it was interesting how my love for the pigeon was not only magnetising to him the food I wanted him to have, my love was also repelling the other pigeons. My love for the injured pigeon also gave him so much power he was able to move faster than the few pigeons that were still hovering. Maybe, they knew they couldn't compete with the passion I was feeling for my friend.
That's the power of love, it gives you wings. Haha! OK, my friend already had wings but my love gave him super-power.
Love magnetises, Love repels, Love nourishes and Love empowers.
All power to Love.
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