Can you love God through loving other people? It is observing one of His Commandments, so it may be one of the many truths? Also I have found that when someone I don't like acts in a way I don't like, I think to myself 'Love that person any way' like Jesus said "If you love those that love you, what credit is that to you? Even sinners love those who love them" Luke 6:32... I have found this to soften my heart towards my 'enemies'. I wonder if anyone has deeper insights in this? I would appreciate feedback cause believe it or not, I want to love the whole world cause God is "...kind to the ungrateful and the wicked.36 Be merciful, just as your Father is Merciful." Luke 6:35-36

asked 28 Mar '13, 00:53

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edited 28 Mar '13, 14:13

A little excerpt about water from Wayne Dyer taken from his book Change Your Thoughts—Change Your Life

Be careful not to assign yourself a place of importance above anyone else. Be receptive to everyone, particularly those who may not routinely receive respect, such as the uneducated, homeless, or troubled members of our society. Go to the “low places loathed by all men,” and have an open mind when you’re there. Look for the Tao in everyone you encounter; and make a special effort to have acceptance, gentleness, and kindness course through you to others.

The Tao Te Ching according to authoritative sources, the main text was written around 500 BCE by Lao Tzu, a sage, teacher, and scribe who worked as an archivist at the imperial court of Zhou. That is to say 500 years before Jesus was born.

Also I have found that when someone I don't like acts in a way I don't like

What if you did not judge them in the first place? and loved everyone regardless?


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