The Catalytic Principle Of Love

Do you love yourself?

Your relationship with yourself affects your relationships with others.  After all, we cannot truly love other people until we love ourselves.

We all have moments of insecurity, times when we doubt ourselves and question our worth and abilities.  When we feel badly about ourselves, it may affect how we treat ourselves and others.  Perhaps we neglect our health, or fail to invest time into our relationships with the people who mean the most to us.  Poor self-image compromises our ability to fulfill our potential and contribute to the world.

When we learn to love and accept ourselves unconditionally, for the beautiful creations of God that we are, then this self-love and self-acceptance radiate outward and infuse our relationships with those around us.

It all begins by remembering that you are God’s creation; that you are exactly perfect in His eyes.  Try to love and accept yourself completely, unconditionally, as God loves and accepts you.  From there, you can be your truest self, and your purpose in life will become clear as you explore and expand on the abilities that God has created within you.

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