Loving is living consistently in service to others and doing it naturally like taking an unhindered breath. I find this most times to be true with my family, though loving them is sometimes challenging. I would bet many of us fall in the realm of living consistently in service to our family, but what about others? Since loving is living and our lives occupy space beyond our families, how do we love those in spaces our families don’t occupy? Do you make a habit of living consistently in service to others and doing it naturally like taking an unhindered breath?
Loving is living
Loving consistently is truly a radical act of love.
Take a Risk Challenge: 1) Examine the spaces where you need to consistently show love. 2) Develop a plan to display radical love in each. 3) Choose one place to begin consistently living in service to others starting this week.
My One Thousand Gifts List
Andre playing guitar—beautiful!
Advising my sister through a tough moment
Mama admitting her mistake
Sharon meeting Mama at the printer to get the obituary for Granddad
Hanging with Andrina
Sitting in, not having to organize, a program
Flynn offering to help me get ready
Andrina taking me to the cleaners
Floyd taking Joshua to piano class
Attending the Mother-Daughter Tea with Andrina