This week, you will encounter:
- A man who was badly abused as a child.
- A woman who’s recently lost a baby.
- A child whose family lost their home in foreclosure.
- A person battling a life-threatening illness.
- Someone who’s lost faith in everything.
You’ll recognize these people. They’ll be the ones you silently call rude, nasty, impatient, stupid, annoying, insensitive or slow.
You could send them your blessing.
It would matter.
The people who are the
hardest to love are the ones
who need it the most.
– Peaceful Warrior
The people who are the hardest to love, are the ones who need it the most…beautiful, and brilliant at the same time. I cannot tell you how this hits me where I need it. Please,' please tell your clients that if they remember one thing, this is it. And please, if their or your loved ones are still alive, or with you,every day, tell them you love them – life's way too short to neglect this precious moment. All the money, all the possessions mean nothing if there's no love in the home. And the love must be expressed. Many of my loved ones passed in succession, and I never passed a chance to express my love and appreciation to them. Maybe that's why acquaintences tell me they think I'm so amazing because of the things I went through recently. It's expressed love, expressed appreciation…nothing can touch that, not money, nothing. Bless you, Cynthia.
Elizabeth – Thank you for your wisdom. I really feel your energy and intention in this message. I am moved and grateful.
I really like this one, Cynthia. I always try to remember that no matter what a person says, does or where they are at in their life that there is a reason for it. Something is either currently happening in their life or has happened in their life to bring them to where they are at right now. Everyone has a story. I use homeless people as an example. Every time I see someone who is homeless or on the street corner holding a sign either asking for food or for money…I will always help them. If I don't have any cash on me, I will go somewhere to get some or perhaps buy them something to eat and take it back to them. I get a lot of criticims from many people about doing this. I hear how they are lazy and that they are where they are at by choice. How they are going to use the money to buy drugs or alcohol. I hear how they are losers. I have always felt that each one of them have a story. I believe that either something is currently going on in their life or has happened in their life to bring them to where they are at. I try and think about how I would feel if that were someone that I loved and cared about. I also think about a song that I heard years ago "What if Jesus came back like that?" Another song that makes me think of them is one about a man who lost his wife and children in a car accident and when he lost them, he gave up! It makes me sad to think that so many people are so eager to judge someone that is struggling and down on their luck. I hope and pray that I never judge othes in this way. I pray to God that I never judge people so harshly and that I always try and help those in need when I can and when I can't that I can find someone that can.
Thank you for the reminder!