And, this entitlement has a way of sneaking into our relationships as well. We think that we are entitled to have someone else behave in ways that we think they should, and if they don’t we end up in a snit! Let’s be grateful for the “misbehavior” of others so that we can heal the beliefs that keep us thinking that we are separate from each other, and that our brothers and sisters do not deserve the best of us! When we overcome these erroneous beliefs, then we know tha...

And, this entitlement has a way of sneaking into our relationships as well. We think that we are entitled to have someone else behave in ways that we think they should, and if they don’t we end up in a snit! Let’s be grateful for the “misbehavior” of others so that we can heal the beliefs that keep us thinking that we are separate from each other, and that our brothers and sisters do not deserve the best of us! When we overcome these erroneous beliefs, then we know that we are loving ourselves first by giving up judgments, opinions, and interpretations, and this is true spirituality. And then the second step is loving ourselves as part of the perfect unfolding when we forget the first step. (and thank you for giving me a venue to share this, so that I can further teach myself this very important truth!) Much love, Isadora

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