The common expression is `I love you.’ But instead of `I love you,’ it would be better to say, `I am love - I am the embodiment of pure love.’

Remove the I and you, and you will find that there is only love. It is as if love is imprisoned between the I and you. Remove the I and you, for they are unreal; they are self-imposed walls that don't exist. The gulf between I and you is the ego. When the ego is removed the distance disappears and the I and you also disappear. They merge to become one - and that is love. You lend the I and you their reality. Withdraw your support and they will disappear.

Then you will realize, not that `I love you,’ but that `I am that all-embracing love.’