Love Others - By Choosing to Trust and Commit
(Self Love is the Place to Start)
Gain trust by not arguing and admit when you are wrong: admit it quickly. Think about how the other person is feeling and appeal to their better nature. These are Dale Carnegie's excellently helpful thoughts but copyright laws prevent me from saying much more.
An exact quote of one sentence between two of your own is allowed from any where and is allowed for the purpose of review. If you use it separately you can have more quote and if you change it you can also have it. Be fair writers and tax people should be on your list of people you never upset. In your own words a review is usually between 600 to 1,000 words. If you have read some thing it is a good way to say some thing important but the law does not differentiate between a good review and a bad one so this is all you get.
Some Authors give a licence to do some thing different like,
"use it but say I did it." Which is similar to mine which says,
"you my use any one poem; other wise, please, refer to me."
"Just don't take the Mik." isn't exactly contractual writing in a law court..
'Do not do to another what you would not like to be done to yourself; that is the gist of the law-all other laws are variable' - Mahabharata, Veda 39
'He is not a believer who eats his fill while his neighbour remains hungry by his side.' -Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him.)
"Love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind. This is the first and greatest commandment. The the second is like it. Love your neighbour as your self." Matthew 22 37-39 Holy Bible.
Love is enduring, helpful, generous, constant, forgiving, and wise. If you are all these things to the best of your ability; you will like yourself and offer kindness and patience to everyone, as far as is possible. This can be difficult. This is an act of self control and not a romantic feeling. You are not agreeing to become a slave or doormat of anyone. Have self respect and speak assertively when appropriate.
The place to start is self love. Say good things to yourself and you will love yourself in a way that will help you to love others. This is about real love, not a fairy tail, so remember it may be difficult.. Accept every thing about your self.. Love and pamper your self the best you can. Then offer a love like this to some one else.
There are little things about yourself that; you don't like. You can love yourself and others despite this. That is a key to forgiveness you know they are only human like you and may be the victim of their up bringing. Communicate and listen they are not telepathic.
Love changes but don't be afraid of loosing love it is like the seasons that is how it is supposed to be. Don't fear loosing love. If you stop trusting it kind of breaks the magic. Just think about how nice it is, now, and if you want to go back to your first love; do your first acts of love again. Be helpful and romantic again.
You have to live with your self all your life. Make yourself someone you want to live with for you. Not your family or teachers. If you can live with you a life time perhaps others will want to spend time with you too.
Be genuine then they won't leave when they find out who you really are and you won't waste your time or invest in a relationship that won't work. I'm not giving you permission to say everything in your mind or be indiscreet. Just be honest and pay them attention. Share your interests.