How would you feel if you decided to choose to love everyone and hate no one? Would your brain be freed up to think of ways of serving mankind rather than spending time stacking up all the thoughts of why you hate someone?
I am fascinated by all the comments that are being made about President Trump. Hateful comments about horrible things that are going to happen to our country in the future if he wins; comments about him having to be physically forced to leave the white house; comments about him indoctrinating all of his staff to think and act like he does, etc.
When you hate someone you choose to give him all your power to feel a certain way. It’s not what he says or does that causes you to feel hate, it’s your thoughts about what he says and does that causes you to feel hate.
Do you really want to dwell on all thoughts of why you hate a person? Is that how you want to use not only your emotionally energy to show up in the world, but also is that what you want to clutter your brain with thinking, instead of something much more useful.
When you hate someone, you have given your brain the assignment of finding all the evidence to hate him. Your brain is like a computer. When you search on google for something, google goes to work to try to help you find it. That’s the assignment you’ve given it.
Your brain works exactly the same way. When you feel hate for someone, it’s thoughts about that person that’s causing you to feel that worst feeling ever. “Brain, find me more evidence that I hate this person”. And so it goes to work; searching for more resources to hate him.
If love is the most amazing emotion to feel of all the emotions there is to feel, if love always wins, hate has to be one of the worst feelings to feel and hate always loses.
So why would you decide to hate anyone when you could choose to love them with all their humanness. Just as there are many people that love you with all your flaws that make you human.
Consider what you could do with your energy if you decided to focus on what you could do to help others.
If you choose to love others, you can make a difference in this world.
I choose to serve by always having jars of peanut butter in my car to give to the pan handlers.
I choose to serve by being kind to everyone, even if they don’t deserve it.
I choose to serve by remembering the grocery clerk’s name.
I choose to serve by defaulting to being concerned about a client when they don’t show up for a appointment.
I choose to serve by complimenting someone who I think is in need of recognition.
I choose to serve by showing up every day being the type of person that after someone has been around me, they feel better about themselves
I choose to serve by learning how to always choose love.
After this election is decided, you get to choose to be part of the problem this country has gotten itself into or part of the solution by helping her become once again,
”one nation, under God, INDIVISIBLE (unable to be divided), with liberty and justice for ALL.”
This is not meant to be a political endorsement for any particular candidate.
This is meant to be an endorsement to work on always choosing love.
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