Loving Who You Are
One of the people we love the least is ourselves. We often spend time criticizing our decisions, our appearance, and our way of doing things. Loving who you are will allow more love into your life. As you release the need to be harsh on yourself, you will be better able to see the beauty within and without.
It may seem selfish to focus on you and love who you are, yet there is no one who can know you better than you. Doing what feels best to you is one of the most loving acts you can perform for yourself. Instead of simply indulging in a habit that may give only temporary satisfaction, find activities that truly bring out the best in you.
Become your own best friend by seeking your most pressing answers. Listen to your inner voice. By communing with your spiritual source, you can connect with not only your physical manifestation but your eternal one as well. Love expands with knowing yourself better and you can change the beliefs and habits that you may not be fond of about yourself.