Love and Relationships
Forgiveness. It is not our responsibility to nurse grudges, but rather to show love and compassion, especially to those who have hurt us. Turn the other cheek today.
Turn on the TV, go to a news website, or read any newspaper at this time of year and you will be sure to find some beautiful stories of sharing, hope, and love. On both a small and a large scale, people have helped other people during this holiday season. This is the time of year when we go out of our way to give and to be a part of something bigger than ourselves, which is a great energy—an energy that creates miracles.
Physical love is wonderful, yet only a stepping-stone to love for the Creator, for to truly love includes loving the God within and through another person.
Notice the pain you see in people. Ask yourself how you can help them fill their emptiness.
One way to open your heart and feel more connected to people is to ask everyone, “What have you come to teach me?”
The only way two people in a relationship can make it is if each one somehow thinks of the other before they think of themselves.
If you won’t go to hell with another person, then no one will be willing to go with you.
It’s not what you do in life that matters most, but who you do it with.
Relationships are your only lasting assets, connections to others, people you’d give your life up for and who’d give it up for you.
The best way for relationships to thrive is to find a way to think of the other before yourself.