All bad behaviour stems from a lack of love

Here is another excerpt from my book, Thoughts on love, life and all that jazz.

All bad behaviour stems from a lack of love
I truly believe that when someone behaves in a way that doesn’t please you, it is due to them feeling a lack of love. Be it love for self or love from others. Take a moment to assess each situation individually. As you focus on this scenario, ask yourself how this person could be feeling. Could they potentially be feeling disconnected from love? Could their behaviour be a cry to be noticed, to be validated, to be appreciated, to be loved? If so, could you reach into your heart and find a way to express your compassion, your understanding, your consideration, your love to them? How will this make you feel? Will it make you feel violated, taken for granted, used, abused. Is this then teaching you that you too are not feeling love from them? Could you be the one to start the change? Could you start to reach for a better feeling thought about this person? If so could this then result in you sending them a better feeling and potentially have them change their behaviour to you?

When we feel safe, when we feel secure, when we feel loved we are able to be the divine people we are meant to be. By sending your love you are also reaching for the higher you enabling you to not feel disconnected. You will gain the results from this situation if for no other reason than you yourself will be feeling better about it.

Take a moment to really ask yourself in each situation if love could solve this. It could be a situation with a work colleague, an employee, a client, a child, a partner, a friend, a neighbour or even a stranger. Love is the always the answer.

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