Love is the greatest gift we can give to others. 


On one hand it seems easy and on the other, we as humans make it harder than it should be. I am calling myself out on this one! Sometimes it ain’t easy to love…


Love our enemies, What?!?!


Love our neighbors, OK, sometimes, it depends on the neighbor.


Love my spouse, OK, but only when I feel like it.


Love my children, OK, but only when they’re doing what I want them to do or think they should be doing.


Love my stepmom, who my dad left my mom for, I don’t think so. 


Love my brother, who called me stupid and ugly as a child. Maybe later. 


Sound familiar?


Loving others is easy when the “other” makes it easy, right? 


Loving others is difficult because they are human and we are human.


Love is more than a feeling, it’s an action. 


Listen to this song by John Mayer, Love is a Verb.  Here it is live but not as easy to understand. 


As Martin Luther King Jr said, “Love is the most durable power in the world. The creative force is the most potent instrument available in mankind’s quest for peace and security.”


We are 100% responsible for how well we love others. 


Sorry, no blaming allowed.