Sep 182011
 

Imagine LoveSince there was no mention who wrote it I like to express my appreciation to Synchronicity for it coming my way.

I took the liberty to format it with colouring and bold words.

Tech Support: Yes Sir/Ma’am… how can I help you?

Customer: Well, after much consideration, I’ve decided to install Love. Can you guide me though the process?

Tech Support:
Yes. I can help you. Are you ready to proceed?

Customer: Well, I’m not very technical, but I think I’m ready. What do I do first?

Tech Support: The first step is to open your Heart.
Have you located your Heart ?

Customer: Yes, but there are several other programs running now. Is it okay to install Love while they are running?

Tech Support:
What programs are running ma’am?


Customer:
Let’s see, I have Past Hurt, Low Self-Esteem, Grudge and

Resentment running right now.

Tech Support: No problem, Love will gradually erase Past Hurt from
your operating system. It may remain in your permanent memory, but it will no longer disrupt other programs. Love will eventually override Low Self-Esteem with a module of it’s own called High Self-Esteem. However, you have to completely turn off Grudge and Resentment. Those programs prevent Love from being properly installed. Can you turn those off ma’am?

Customer: I don’t know how to turn them off. Can you tell me how?

Tech Support: With pleasure. Go to your start menu and invoke Forgiveness. Do this as many times as necessary until Grudge and Resentment have completely erased.

Customer:
Okay, done! Love has started installing itself. Is that normal?


Tech Support:
Yes, but remember that you have only the base program. You need to begin connecting to other Hearts in order to get the upgrades.


Customer: Oops! I have an error message already. It says, “Error -

program not running on external components.” What should I do?

Tech Support:Don’t worry ma’am. It means that the Love program is set up to run on Internal Hearts, but has not yet been run on your Heart. In non-technical terms, it simply means you have to Love yourself before you can Love others.

Customer: So, what should I do?

Tech Support:
Can you pull down Self-Acceptance; then click on the following files: Forgive-Self; Realize Your Worth; and Acknowledge your Limitations.

Customer: Okay, done.

Tech Support:
Now, copy them to the “My Heart”

directory. The system will overwrite any conflicting files and begin patching faulty programming. Also, you need to delete Verbose Self-Criticism from all directories and empty your Recycle Bin to make sure it is completely gone and never comes back.

Customer:Got it. Hey!!! My heart is filling up with new files. Smile
is playing on my monitor and Peace and Contentment are copying
themselves all over My Heart. Is this normal?

Tech Support: Sometimes. For others it takes awhile, but eventually
everything gets it at the proper time. So Love is installed and running. One more thing before we hang up. Love is Freeware. Be sure to give it and its various modules to everyone you meet. They will in turn share it with others and return some cool modules back to you.

Customer: I promise to do just that. By the way, what’s your name?

Tech Support: Just call me the Divine Cardiologist, also known as the Great Physician, or, just “I AM.” Most people feel all they need is an annual checkup to stay heart-healthy; but, the manufacturer
suggests a daily maintenance schedule for maximum Love efficiency.

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  1. This is such a great reminder of the fears in life and what is needed to let love in. I like the “package” of seing it as a program and us humans as machines. It gives a new twist on it that makes it easy to grasp. We all know that it is not possible to buy a program and then install love. Love is freeware and it is everywhere, if there is not too much malware and old memories that blurs our minds and vision.

    I wish you a lot of love.

    Asa in Sweden

  2. This is a clever presentation of comparing our souls to the hardware on a computer in real time! It touched my heart because at some point or another everyone faces struggles with self doubt, or negative feelings about what they are capable of accomplishing. It is a part of being human.

    Yesterday I watched a video done by Jonathan Bud did on “comparisonitis” and he talked about most of the emotions and feelings mentioned in this “tech support” article. Since he is known as one of the most successful entrepreneurs on the net, most people would assume he wouldn’t let these feelings hold him back. At the end of the video, he made a statement that starting today all of us will make a commitment to stop any negative “comparisonitis” talk. Even JB deals with it once in awhile.

    It would be nice to know who the author is of this article. I would like to post this on my blog…with permission. Thank You. Drop me a quick note at raenalynn1@gmail.com
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  3. hi Yorinda,

    What an intriguing thought process on love. If it could only be so simple and step by step forward! Your example clearly shows how much interference we allow in our lives. We all need a little reprogramming and reminders from time to time. Thanks for pointing that out.

    Mike Sweeney – TSA
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  4. Hi Yorinda,
    Thanks for sharing this cute story that helps explain very important life principles.
    It is so cool to be a part of it when I am with my daughter and her daughter (my granddaughter who is now 7) when they share their special loving times. Each of them thinks that the other is just the greatest. And my little granddaughter is so full of love that her face is smiling and there is a great skip in her walk. She is a bundle of joy, and a lot owing to her mom who loves her so much.
    Oh, I just remembered…I made a plaque in church when I was young, and it was always on my wall, and it said: “God is Love.”
    Linda
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  5. I really like this post. So simple and true. I really like the comment that love is freeware. :) This was some thing I needed to read this morning. Thank you for sharing this very inspiring and loving post. :)

  6. That is an awesome play on customer service! May you have a lovely day!

  7. I have seen that message before, but it’s one of those that never grows old. Whoever wrote it had a great sense of humour, and knew how to combine it with wisdom. Great lessons!

    Thanks for sharing!

    Willena Flewelling
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  8. What an inspiring piece this is – I will definitely save it! Over the years I’ve worked with a lot of people who have come from broken families with a variety of domestic issues involved and forgiveness is a big challenge, especially if abuse has been involved. Rather than seeing someone continue to beat him or herself up, I suggest they try just accepting that it’s ok not to love a parent, but for their own sake to try and forgive the past by accepting that their parent(s) did the best they were capable of doing under the circumstances.
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  9. How Sweet! I really liked this post you shared, as I have never seen it before. How true though, that we must pay special attention to the condition of our heart on a daily basis. If we don’t, hardness creeps in and we find negative attitudes cropping up. Yikes, we don’t want that. We want a heart of love.
    Bless you!
    Lynn
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  10. That is such a cool way of getting a message across… especially as I spend most of my time on a computer!

    It truly is a great reminder. I feel the hardest part for most of us is to be less critical of ourselves and understand that we can’t fully love anyone if we don’t love ourselves first… just like you said :)

    Thanks for sharing this story

    talk soon,
    Kevin
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  11. Yorinda, this is a wonderful post! Very clever! And, isn’t it true that we need to love ourselves first? And that only when WE feel loved can we truly love ourselves and others. I LOVE that the Tech Support person provided his name. He’s the one who provides the forgiveness and love to us first so that we can love and forgive others. Thank you for sharing this, Yorinda!
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  12. LOL – what a great post – especially for those of us that like to live in our heads :) It’s a great reminder to check in with your heart every day and make sure it’s in good shape for giving :) Thanks for sharing this awseome bit of wisdom :)

    Lori
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  13. Such an interesting post Yorinda, I don’t think I have ever seen a post format/topic like this. it is unique for sure. It is somewhat funny and ironic how some people may view their life and emotions as the same level as a computer or server that is broken and needs fixing or upgrading/debugging.

    Most physical things such as computers and cars for example are much easier to fix than that of ones thoughts feelings and emotions, although it is doable there is no magic pill or potion one certainly has to be more than interested and growing and developing as a person. Self growth and development can be very powerful on a number of levels for an individual.

    Great piece :)

  14. That’s a nice story with a great message. These days we need more of these reminders. Thanks for sharing it.
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  15. Hi Yorinda,

    I did get this mail long time ago but it is and will always be
    something great to read.

    I think love will be accepted as from a Dos computer (100 year and older )
    till the newest operating system on the market (1 – 100 years).

    The only bad side of this program is that you need to install it your self
    not even the “Tech Support” can do it for you :-) .

    But the Good side is you can not lost it if you give it away it always
    come back to you.

    Great post
    Thanks Theuns
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  16. Hi Yorinda!

    I find this story so poignant, and such a masterpiece in the art of analogical story-telling!

    Absolutely Love it!

    It’s ok you didn’t write it, but definitely you’ve earned my respect by giving proper credit where it’s due!

    The step by step process in the story is THE way to inculcate love for self and others… Way to go, Yorinda!

    Yasser
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  17. Hello Yorinda,

    It has been years that I have seen this cute story. Genius who came up with the story. This time I will share it with my kids who are all computer techs and parents.
    Thank you for sharing. Love the humor of Theuns about the fact that we have to instal Love ourselves, and that tech support this not can do for us. LOL
    Have a wonderful Easter weekend.
    Irene
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  18. Wow, that was a really nice story! I love stories, they just take you out of the ordinary and are like the fuel that sustain our existence. We should all learn from this and give more LOVE to the people around us, do everything we can to make their lives better. Positive minded people are so awesome to be around!
    Thanks for sharing this, Yorinda
    George
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  19. What a wonderful way to express such deep feelings. I just wish that the average tech support department was as loving and forgiving as this one.

    The only sad thing though is that the people who need to read this the most are the ones who would not read it even if it were put right in front of their eyes.
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  20. Yorinda, I have seen this before but it never hurts to read it again. As I read it I am reminded of a couple of corrupted programs of my own that need to be rewritten. Thanks for taking the time to copy this article from your email and sharing it with us. “Yorinda Make it a great week OK”
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  21. This is so cool Yorinda! I Love it! How clever :) I really like the part about the conflicting “programs” running LOL Funny how that is so true and when stated in such a way… Makes so much sense!!! Thanks for sharing!
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  22. Yorinda~
    Did you write this?! You are so creative! It brought tears to my as I was reading, tears of joy! When I saw your title, I assumed you were talking about commentluv, I planned on briefly skimming through because I already have comluv.

    What a surprise when I started reading! I’ve written a 30 page ebook called ‘Emotional Clearing” that is pretty much summed up in this post!

    I’m so glad you’ve shared!!!
    Linda
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  23. Hi Yorinda,

    This is a perfect example of how to borrow great content for maximum effectiveness. Look how many people have commented oh how much they like this piece :)

    Great stuff, and you can count me among the “likes” :D

    Peace,

    David H. Paul
    the Follow Your Bliss guy
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  24. Hi Yorinda,

    Thanks for sharing this clever and unique view into so many powerful emotions that can help to shape our lives for better or for worse.

    I hadn’t seen this clever dialogue for some time, but I am so happy that you brought it back to us. There is so much to be learned from this message.

    It truly does start with YOU and loving yourself. Only then can you give of yourself freely and attract back all of the Abundance that the Universe has to give you.

    To your continued inspiration,
    Marc
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  25. Hi Yorinda,
    This was a fun post, and I love how “installing” and “programs” was used as an analogy to real life feelings and emotions people have. Very clever and to the point. The idea of daily maintenance is so important because it only takes a single negative thought to start a spiral of other negative thoughts where you feel bad about yourself and believe it. Wonderful post … daily positive thinking and personal celebration are warrented. :-)
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    • Leslie & Yorinda, I couldn’t have stated my opinions better . . . agree on all counts, Leslie. The only thing I have to add is to recommend Don Miguel Ruiz’s wonderful book “Mastery of Love,” especially the chapter on the Pizza Kitchen.

      Basically this is a story that shows if you are filled with love then you have plenty for yourself and others and do not need to beg to fill the need.
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  26. Yorinda, Thanks so very much for sharing this. I enjoyed reading down the post, following the directions within my head and remembering how I’ve updated those programs in my life over the past couple of years. I also rebooted a few of the ones that needed an update. Great fun. Thanks – Debi

  27. Hey Yorinda,

    It’s been awhile since I visited your blog and I’m so glad I came back! Really enjoyed this post about ‘Installing Love’ – so funny and yet so true. Don’t know who wrote it originally but they are very clever!

    Thanks for sharing this Yorinda.

    Sue

  28. Yorinda I wonder how many people will identify with the tech support scenario very clever. More importantly I wonder how many people will connect with the fact that we are nothing but machines without love. Great post.

    Steve
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  29. Yorinda,
    This is simply magical! Invoke forgiveness–that was my favorite instruction. I kept coming back to your blog just so I could re-read this. Thanks so much for sharing it. I think it’s true strength is that the story is so simple that its deceptive. The fact that you can make a decision to increase all of the good stuff in your heart and let go of the less desirable stuff just sneaks right up on you while you are enjoying the fanciful tale. I so appreciate you sharing it and even going the extra mile to color-code it so it would be easier to follow along. Great leadership and a great post. Have a POWERFUL day! Allegra
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  30. Such a cute and witty post, Yorinda! Thanks for this wonderful message and reminding all of us to know our self worth as well as to love ourselves first and that LOVE is indeed a freeware! So, why not open our hearts for everyone around us starting today?

    All the best,
    Jans
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  31. Hey Yorinda,
    As I sit here at my computer on another gloomy Chicago day you have brightened up my soul with your post. What an alegory for the internet age.

    Thanks for making me laugh!

    Joyce

  32. I love that love is freeware. Freely available whenever we are bothered to look. Always there to hold our hands. Has been known to send a few hearts in over spin. Sometimes can cause the blue screen of pain, and then a reboot is needed, and just like a new OS installed, it’s amazing how well we feel after…

    Thank you Yorinda

    Keep the Smiles,
    Stevie
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  33. Yorinda,
    What an incredible post! I love it, especially since my focus and counseling and coaching are all about creating, sustaining and healing through love.

    http:www.createhealingandlovenow.com/blog

  34. Yorinda what a great post for you to share with us all. Clever,insightful and thought provoking all wrapped up into one delightful message. Really enjoyed the read and it has left a smile on my face and some reprogramming to do in the heart department.

    Cheers
    Caryn

  35. Quality content Yorinda. Everyone deals with tech support at one time or another so the post was entertaining and up to date. I couldn’t stop reading, just had to see what happened next. A true jewel! I look forward to reading more form you and learning more about your passions.

    Thank you for bringing the post –

    Terrific Tonya
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  36. Yorinda, this is Awesome!

    I have never seen this anywhere and have been moved by this article. This is a perfect example of what truly powerful God is! Fantastic and unlimited in his reach…Amen!

    I must say that my visit came at the right time. I will make this my first stop weekly, with such great empowering words at this one location. This is so wonderful.

    Yorinda, I feel all the passion emerging for your site. This is a place truly supportive in personal growth.

    This go to show all your readers and I. You are a great visionary in our business. All who are blessed to follow your insight. Will achieve greatness with their personal growth and development.

    Thank you for location this information and sharing with all of us. Please, keep your support going and I look forward to your next find….
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  37. Hi Yorinda. You title was so intriguing and the post was absolutely delightful. It would be wonderful if installing love was that easy, but you’ve given us some areas to work on so our hearts can grow.

    Wishing you a song in your heart,
    Miss Leslie @ Music with Miss Leslie.com

  38. This is just wonderful. Just what the doctor ordered today. I imagined myself on the phone with tech support. It was the best tech support I ever got. You really lifted my spirits. Thank you.

    Debbie

  39. It’s not often I come across a blog post that I find super fascinting. THIS is one of those posts! It is so easy to relate to this article because I am a firm believer in bringing love in to my life and I try to leave that energy with others that I come across as well. My husband is a System Analyst and I’m excited to share this with him specifically. Fun deal!

    How many posts are written as a dialogue? This is really cool! I told my daughter to go to my FB wall and read this. Your post was absolutely worth sharing everywhere! Can’t wait to come back and visit here to see what else you’ve got going on.

    -Jaclyn Castro
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  40. Yorinda,

    This is a great way to get your point across. Love is one of the essential things we need in this world to be happy. The tech support comparison was a great vehicle to help push this. Thank you for sharing!
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  41. What a fun post. I am uploading as soon as possible.
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  42. I absolutely enjoyed this post.It was written so well.I am glad you shared your email.It made so much sense and the way they related it to computers was very good.If only love could be installed this easily maybe there would be less evil in the world.
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  43. Yorinda,
    This is a very unique way to remind us about “love” and I am definitely going to agree with you that it takes a lot of practice before we can be open and successful in “giving” and “receiving” love. Such a beautiful post, you have, Yorinda !

    You have put your point across so beautifully that it makes me fill with love and joy when I read it :-)

    Thank you, Yorinda.

    Cheers
    Pearly
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  44. Great post, Yorinda. You had me hooked from the title. As I read more deeply into your post, I see how inventive it is. I love the approach – using everyday computer-tech jargon to talk about an emotion that is virtually indescribable, but recognizable by almost everyone. Thank you so much, Yorinda. You made my day.
    Angela
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  45. This is such a cool presentation of what we really need to do each and every day. We clean our computers more often and better than we do ourselves.
    Thanks for the laughs and chuckles while you were making a powerful point.
    Joyce
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  46. Cool story Yorinda. Very imaginative. Who says there is no clear formula to achieve love in your life… this surely lays it out very clearly. Thanks for spreading the freeware! Also remember NOT to infect it with a virus called “doubt”.

    Jans

  47. Hey Yorinda

    You put a smile on my face today, thanks.

    Peter
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  48. Hey Yorinda,

    This is such a clever way of portraying how to begin to let go of your past issues and begin to truly accept and love yourself. Thanks for sharing!

    Brandon Wraith
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  49. Hi Yorinda:

    This story never gets old for me. I love it! It relates so many helpful truths in ways that most can understand.

    Thanks for sharing this!
    Kevin
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  50. What a cute analogy to make points that we may know but don’t always follow. In a class, we learned to name the bad stuff – like blaming or resentment, etc so we could just stop it in its tracks. We were supposed to say it – either out load or internally in that moment. Doing that drains a lot of the power from it and makes it easier to go on with more healthy stuff in its place. Thanks for this great reminder about love and what holds us apart from it. – Rog
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  51. How cute this story is. I’ve enjoyed reading the whole story and it made me smile. The one who wrote this is so clever. Though this story is said in a very simple way, yet it wants to share something to us. So inspiring.
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  52. Hi Yorinda,

    This is such a cute story and I never get tired in reading this over and over again.
    Thank you for posting and will be looking forward for more of these. :)
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  53. Very cute. Probably the most overlooked part of someone’s health is their mental health and we can heal with love.
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