A Message of Love…

One of my greatest lessons learned, knowing that I am loved. As a result, I’ve learned to accept that we love and express our love differently. It has taken years for me to recognize the various languages of love.

When we expect others to be as we are, or to do a particular thing the way that we would do it…we inevitably set ourselves up for disappointment. I have had many disappointments. Those disappointments have taught me well!

God in His infinite planning created a variety of human beings. Through flaws and all, we have been equipped with the perfect messages for one another. As we encounter each other, Divine intention is released. Its aim is to teach us more of ourselves, the acceptance of others…and that of God’s love.

Remember this – You are loved, you’ve always been loved. Despite circumstances that may have dictated otherwise, you will always be loved. ~Storm

A Message of Love/copyright 2015

4 thoughts on “A Message of Love…

  1. This is great thanks for sharing! I’m slowly learning how to accept my self , so i can hopefully share it with the right person without manifesting the fear of not being accepted which ultimately leads to disappointments. Most of my relationships suffer because i always hold back and keep a comfortable distance.

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    1. Self-acceptance is an act of unconditional love.

      All that we are – our strengths, weaknesses, perfections, imperfections, and our idiosyncrasies warrant our acceptance. This is one of the many paths that keeps us in the knowledge/understanding of responsible relating.

      Self acceptance teaches us, if/when others are less than accepting of who we are, we’ve not lost our place of love.

      Many of us tend to keep our distance from others when we’ve not embraced the wonder and beauty of who we really are MizShaaz.

      I really appreciate you taking the time to share your thoughts…so very meaningful. ~Storm

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