I think, say, and act within the energy of divine love.
Relationships tend to change as children get older, people move away, or strangers become family members. The constant through every change is love. Though someone may not remain a part of our daily lives, we can still hold them within the energy of unconditional love.
If someone’s behavior is hurtful or demeaning, I hold that person in the energy of divine love, too, even if I do so while I am lovingly releasing him or her from my life. I look beyond their behavior to the spirit of the Divine within, knowing the truth of their being is more than their actions.
In every relationship, I think, say, and act within the energy of divine love—completely and unconditionally.
Just as I have loved you, you also should love one another.—John 13:34