Once again, this week has been very inspiring and motivating for me as I have studied the principe: The best way to teach love is to be love.
I have felt an increased desire to be loving, grateful, and appreciative of all of the blessings around me. I have also noticed an increased awareness of all the blessings around me.
This video clip is a great thought to end out this week. It message is evidence of the impact we can have on others when we ARE love.
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What lessons have you learned this week as you have focused on being grateful and being loving?
As we share this day with Family and Friends, I hope we can all focus on the perfect moments that we get to spend together. Being able to show our love to those that are most important in our lives is truly a way to increase the love in our lives as well.
Enjoy this video…and enjoy the perfect moments today.
What perfect moments were you able to have today?
If we love ourselves…can we better show love to others?
I found this post that beautifully illustrates this principle. I feel this is a great lesson for all of us to learn.
How has loving yourself allowed you to show more love to others?
“Love is always bestowed as a gift – freely, willingly and without expectation. We don’t love to be loved; we love to love.” – Leo Buscaglia
What a great quote. Love is truly a gift and when we give it away just because we want to, we always seem to receive love back.
After all, isn’t loving others one of the best ways to show someone how grateful you are for them.
How has showing love to someone allowed you to show your gratitude for them?
With Thanksgiving approaching us this week, I thought I would study and focus my thoughts around ways we can show gratitude and thanks in our lives.
I feel that one of the best ways we can show our gratitude and thanks is through showing love. The main principle I want to this week is: The best way to teach love is to be love
“it is not how much we do, but how much love we put into doing it. It is not how much we give, but how much love we put into giving” – Mother Teresa
I look forward to hearing your thoughts and ideas around this subject this week.