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We Are All gifts

December 20, 2013

Love is meant to be held loosely, like sand.

If you grip it too tight, it slips through your fingers, but if held loosely it stays where it is.

I can only love you right when I let you be your authentic self with love and acceptance so you can feel liberated and free.

If I give you expectations, I put a pressure on you to be something you aren’t prepared to be. More importantly, someone God might not have ever intended you to be.

We are all gifts. Meant to add to each other’s lives. Not to add comfort or closure, but to help us move and grow towards our divine destiny.

When I start recognizing all you are is a gift, not something to cling to or something to change, I open you up to wander and wonder to find and learn about your own Spirit and truth.

Our society put an everlasting price tag on a love that can’t hold that type of expectation.

Only Gods love can offer that.

And only when we let His love do what it’s suppose to do, can we actually appreciate our relationships and stop putting expectations on other people.

When He fills us, we don’t cling to everyone else to complete us, we are complete ourselves.

Then we can truly begin to love people right where they are, allowing them to compliment and add to our lives. Instead of trying to force them to complete the empty portions of ourselves, but subtracting from who they are.

Perhaps when we start to look at each other as gift to love and appreciate instead of something to fill our voids, we can come together they way God envisioned it; A community with a foundation of love and offering true acceptance.

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