As the mantra “I am Love and to Love I shall return” continues it’s work within me each morning, I’m particularly mindful of what it means to return to Love. The mantra seems to invite a rhythm of daily living: start in the awareness of the Power of Love aflame at the very essence of who you are; then live into the day carrying that awareness and allowing it to shape your being and doing; and finally, come back to the Power of Love and allow yourself to be Loved. Center yourself in Love. Carry Love into all you do. Return to Love. Like breathing deep and exhaling, let Love be the life-giving rhythm of your days.