The truth of the matter is that to love radically is to be able to
question one’s own since of truth in favor of the relationship. I’ve got to ask
at what cost does one let go of a negligible truth. Your decision is to determine if the
relationship is worthy of your sacrifice.
You know the verse. If not just consider what I’m saying.
Keep Practicing not knowing and see what happens. Give it time.
How about this: If you really want to show someone that you know how to love them, try knowing nothing instead of knowing it all, even, no especially when you know it all.
… and if you are interested in loving like God then you need to let go of what you think is normal.
First, consider the whole matter;it might change the way you see things and the way you love everybody.
Self-reflection asks you to examine yourself–thoughts, motives, behavior then make necessary changes to better themselves and their relationships.
There is nothing more loving than accepting who others are no matter what the difference between you two. Let’s get the revolution started, practically.
If you think you know how to love, you might want to check yourself and think again. And if you do, then add even more to your acceptance ability.
There’s more than one way to get where the two of your are trying to go. Why not walk together and be agreed.
..there is room for you both to be right, if the relationship is what is most important you to