25 Spiritual Quotes on Love
(The Mystical Experience)

Hildegard Spiritual Love Quote: Love abounds in all things, excels from the depths to beyond the stars, is lovingly disposed to all things.

Love abounds in all things, excels from the depths to beyond the stars, is lovingly disposed to all things.

Hildegard of Bingen
(Caritas Abundat)

When in the eyes of the beloved riches count not, gold and dust are as one to thee.

Saadi Shirazi
(If One of His Praise of Me Would Learn, 13th century)

Belief alone is dead. It cannot live or move Until united with its soul—its soul is Love.

Angelus Silesius
(The Cherubinic Wanderer - Love, 1657)

Plato

The eyes are the windows of the soul.

Plato
(Phaedrus)

If I told you about a land of love, friend, would you follow me and come?

Yunus Emre
(The Drop that Became the Sea)

Heaven is nothing other than a revelation of the Eternal One, where everything works and wills in silent love..

Jakob Böhme
(The Supersensual Life, 1624)

Love is God's nature. He can do naught else. Wouldst thou
Be God, then likewise love in every instant's Now.

Angelus Silesius
(The Cherubinic Wanderer - Love, 1657)

Hafez

For I have learned that
every heart will get
What it prays for
Most.

Hafez
(The Subject Tonight is Love)

To love or have loved, that is enough. Ask nothing further. There is no other pearl to be found in the dark folds of life.

Victor Hugo
(Les Misérables, 1862)

Lift the veil
that obscures
the heart
and there
you will find
what you are
looking for

Kabir
(Dohas of Kabir)

Victor Hugo

To love another person is to see the face of God.

Victor Hugo
(Les Misérables, 1862)

The Soul being once annihilated and renewed with perfect nakedness, finds in its superiour part a profound peace, and a sweet rest, which brings it to such a perfect Union of love, that it is joyful all over. And such a Soul as this is already arrived to such a happiness, that it neither wills nor desires any thing but what its Beloved wills; it conforms it self to this Will in all emergencies, as well of comfort as anguish, and rejoyces also in every thing to do the Divine Good Pleasure.

Miguel de Molinos
(The Spiritual Guide - Book 3: Chapter 21, 1675)