Sunday, February 15th, 2015 Focus: I take a closer look at what I think, say, and do.

Most of us long for relationships in which we are loved and accepted just the way we are. Our hearts’ desire is to give and receive love in relationships that make us feel that even if others disagree with what we do or say, they still love us. They accept us. They appreciate our contributions to the world.

While it would be wonderful to have these types of relationships with all people, we know that that’s hard to do. We can, however, have them with some others, but only when we first have them with ourselves — and, ironically, this is often the hardest relationship of all.

Despite what your subconscious may be telling you, you can have love with no limits. The key is to unconditionally love yourself first. Do you love yourself? You may think you do, but do you really? There’s only one way to find out — by taking a closer look at what you think, say, and do. You may not like some of what you find, but if you’re serious about really loving yourself, you can use this insight to do some positive inner work.

Excerpted from the article:
Does Perfect Love Exist?
Written by Cynthia Legette Davis.

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