“Let us begin the revolution of love.
The joy of loving is in the joy of sharing. When my poor people are hungry for bread, I give them the piece of bread and I fill that difficulty.
But when they are hungry for love, lonely, unwanted, unloved, it takes many many tender, compassionate understanding and love. Basically the suffering, the hungry, the naked, the homeless, they are all over the world…
And where does this love begin? In our own family.
And it’s something so beautiful that love begins at home. And it can spread like a burning fire from house to house.
And by loving one another, we can spread throughout the world peace, joy, unity and love. It’s a real revolution.
I call it the revolution of love.”