The Prince marrying a Commoner:)

  The Prince marrying a Commoner:)
finding his “Princess” amongst Common People.
Interesting theme I think. Showing us the real nobility, grace and love miraculously transcend all the social frames created by the human mind. No matter how we perceive things, how we have been brought up and what kind of expectations people around us have in regards to who we are.
The real essence transcends all of that and, furthermore, it transforms everything around it to support it and embrace it.
I feel happy for the couple, may they be blessed, their wedding gives all of us hope.
Royal Wedding indeed…
From the Royal Wedding sermon:
The spiritual life grows as love finds its centre beyond ourselves. Faithful and committed relationships offer a door into the mystery of spiritual life in which we discover this: the more we give of self, the richer we become in soul; the more we go beyond ourselves in love, the more we become our true selves and our spiritual beauty is more fully revealed. In marriage we are seeking to bring one another into fuller life. It is of course very hard to wean ourselves away from self-centredness. People can dream of doing such a thing but that hope should be fulfilled only with a solemn decision that, whatever the difficulties, we are committed to the way of generous love. You have both made your decision today – “I will” – and by making this new relationship, you have aligned yourselves with what we believe is the way in which life is spiritually evolving, and which will lead to a creative future for the human race.

With Love:+
more from the sermon here:


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