Thoughts for Tuesday: Love Others

Good morning fellow bloggers! It's Tuesday, and I have some thoughts I'd like to share with you all.  It is just a few thoughts I have about the love we have for each other.  No, not the kind of intimate love shared between two people, I'm talking about the love we have for each other.  The kind of love that that we all share with other on a daily basis. 
It's a new day, I get it.  A new day filled with all these thoughts running through our minds about everything and everyone.  We all have things to do, and quite frankly, it can get overwhelming at times.  But does that give us the excuse to project our frustration and stress onto others? I personally don't think so.
During our most hectic, stressful and frustrating times, we need to remember that it is not right to drop our frustration onto others.  I'm sure it happens to the best of us.  You come from work/school late, and all you want to do is just lay in bed and relax.  But the first thing that happens when you get home, people talk to you, and you just feel so annoyed.  Just because we are tired and stressed about other things, it doesn't, and shouldn't, give us the right to snap on others.

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I think it is important to remember that the way we treat others, is merely a reflections of our relation ship with God. We are all too preoccupied with our crazy lives, that we forget that God is in every one of us.  The way we treat others is essentially how we are treating God. Loving others is projected and shown through our actionsthoughts, and words.  So how we treat others not only shows our love for them, but our love for God.
Rather than projecting anger, lets spread the love.  Smiling at towards, saying please and thank you... these are really the simplest of things that show our love towards those around us.  Random acts of kinds are a great way to spread the love among our communities towards and brothers and sisters. 
Have a great Tuesday! Let's spread the love and kindness towards one another!
 
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