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Turner, Tina - What's Love Got To Do With It



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Tina Turner - What's Love Got To Do With It

Andrea Miller deputy editor of Lion's Roar magazine (formerly Shambhala Sun)

On Beyond you say, “When you go beyond that’s where you find true love.” What does that mean to you? What is true love?

There are many different forms of love, but true love is something that transcends doubt, something that is not judgmental, something that is openhearted and accepting.

We are not talking about passionate love, sexual love. We are talking about a love of human beings, of the planet—the love of seeing a little flower growing out of the earth at a certain time of the year.

If you have the capacity to find love in beauty, that is the door opener of true love. True love comes from looking at a beautiful day and the feeling that comes from that. Perhaps you don’t have the words for it, but you just feel, “Ah, gosh, what a wonderful day,” and that particular moment makes you happy.

You see beauty and you embrace it—that is love.

The source of the experience

Turner, Tina

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