Love One Another


A big part of my spiritual philosophy is being non-judgmental. Yet, when someone isn’t doing something the way we believe it should be done, we often want to fix it. Sometimes with the best intentions we try to set them straight. We criticize, and someone else adds their thought on the subject and pretty soon it becomes a huge issue. That’s how to become a destroyer rather than a builder.

Remember that person is as much of God’s Light as you are. Love and praise can go a long way toward making a situation better. Think about it.

Today I see “The Christ” in each person I meet. I greet everyone with love.

Gail Manishor, Author of
From Here to Serenity, A Spiritual Guide to Transform Your Life
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3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. duke1959
    Dec 03, 2010 @ 18:55:31

    It does seem that the culture is much more judgemental than it was 30 years ago.


  2. gailsserenity
    Dec 04, 2010 @ 08:02:54

    It probably isn’t any more judgmental than it used to be. It’s just that some of us are more in tune with our Spiritual path. We are noticing it more. That’s good. We can only work on ourselves. As we do life gets better. Thank you for your comment and Blessings on your path.
    Gail Manishor


  3. duke1959
    Dec 04, 2010 @ 11:56:53

    no problem. I like blogs that make sense.


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