Asking For Love

Nanice Ellis

I'll tell you a secret - everyone is just looking for love;
the person who cuts you off in traffic, the cranky cashier,
the persistent telemarketer - everyone is just looking for love.

When people are mean to us, our natural reaction is to close down
and return that meanness.
But what if we recognized others negative behavior
as a sign that they are asking for love in the best way they can?
Instead of trying to determine who needs love and who doesn't, why not love everyone?

This would mean putting down your sword and raising your white flag.
This would mean opening up your heart, and allowing it to break open.
This would mean embracing what is as the Divine Perfection of What Is.

Just before my mom passed, she asked me how I could love everyone,
and even those who did not "deserve it."
I responded by saying, "Mom, those are the ones who need love the most."

Most people are looking for their purpose in life,
never realizing that their purpose is to love.

The biggest difference that you can make in the world is simply to love.

Your purpose is to Love.
How you do it, is your gift.

In grace & gratitude,
Nanice Ellis

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Categorized as: LOVE, DivineSpirations

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#Short and sweet #Kindness #Compassion #Behavior #Abuse

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