Love Is Not Political

Love One Another, Uncategorized

Let’s face it: Our world has never been perfect, and realistically it never will be. In our very recent history, we were crucifying women with little to no evidence of any wrongdoing under the guise of “witchcraft.” Nations have waged horrendous wars against neighbors and brothers have fought brothers as acts of patriotism.

It is glaringly obvious what the world needs more of, and that is love. Blind, courageous and all-encompassing love and compassion towards our brothers and sisters on planet earth.

But as of late, our society’s collective shift towards love has been compartmentalized and chastised because it has gained political association.

The “love movement” is typically considered a more liberal pursuit, but why?

Why does loving and respecting one another need to have a label?

We freely choose to be kind and understanding every single day regardless of our political beliefs.

It is no secret that politics, especially in the United States, has become an incredibly sensitive and hot-button issue because of wildly differing viewpoints from both “sides.”

Unfortunately, many of those people defending what they believe and standing in integrity with their moral compass have been labeled by harsh words and even harsher actions in some cases.

Loving one another, accepting each other’s differences, and understanding that believing in what is right does not make you “liberal,” “a sensitive snowflake,” or any other barrage of demeaning words.

It simply makes you a conscious and evolved human who respects different lives as their own. Let us grow love like wildflowers and sow the seeds of compassion wherever we go.

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