Love tends to union, the union of them that love, the fusion of two into one, of two hearts into one heart, of two spirits into one, of two souls into one.

Jesus submitted to this law of love, which He had Himself established. After having shared our state, our life. He gives Himself in Communion, He absorbs us into Himself. The Divine union of souls, always more perfect, always more intimate in proportion to the vivacity of our desires! He in me, and I in Him. We abide in Him, He dwells in us. We make but one with Him, until heaven consummates in the eternal and glorious union, the ineffable union commenced here below by grace, and perfected by the Eucharist!

Love lives, then, with Jesus present in the Most Blessed Sacrament. It shares all the riches of Jesus. It is united with Jesus. The needs of our heart are satisfied. It can demand no more. 

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