Yesterday at a meeting while making myself a cup of tea, I thought the milk was off because it had white floating things in it. On further inspection I realized it was organic milk and not homogenized, it had cream in it. This is the way milk is supposed to be. In our civilized society and removed from what is real it is easy to mistake what is natural for something off. My question is - if you never have experienced genuine love how would you recognize it and not mistake it for something not quite right?
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