Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Let Ourselves Value Everyone

It is so important not to inherit other people’s relationships. If someone wrongs you, don’t dislike everyone of that race, gender, economic status, background, educational level, height, weight, hair color, model car (yes, it gets that bad)…. Everyone has value, no matter how deep you’re willing to dig to believe that.

More importantly, you are an important piece in every puzzle, as is each person. And sometimes life is about fitting into the many puzzles we belong to as a small, medium or large piece. No matter which size you are for each puzzle, that puzzle is incomplete without you. Understand that, and be willing to understand the same about others. Find the value, and get your personal relationship.

And if you're wondering why LOVE is in black... it's because love isn't red. It's simple: you love or you don't.

The Master of Listening

The Master of Listening
... and Smiling