What does this mean exactly?
Does it mean to accept and love people for who they are?
Or does it mean to accept and love people for who we want them to be?
Does it mean to accept them only if they believe the same way that we do?
Or does it mean to accept them for what their beliefs are?
Because we all have different thoughts, desires, dreams and beliefs, can we ask ourselves an honest question? With out the ego in the way, with out "our way or the highway" glasses on, and really ask wether or not we live from our heart and accept everyone for who they are, and not who we want them to be?
We would save a lot of heartache, hurt feelings and judgement if we did just that. And while we're at it, can we check in with our own self acceptance? Let us live from a place of never ending love today, cast fear of the "difference" of the unknown to us aside and just embrace one another? I accept you, I accept me, may we practice accepting each other today, and everyday.
Mary O'Meara -