No One Is Perfect; Try To Love Them Anyway

“No One is Perfect; Try to Love Them Anyway,” is a reminder to try to live a meaningful life. One thing I do every day is remind myself that I do not know the stories of the people that I may encounter on a daily basis. However, I do have the power to control my own actions and maybe, if even possible, help brighten their day even the slightest. Over the years I have learned that being hateful, spiteful, and just plain mean, is no way to live at all. Regardless of what people have done to you, try to see the world with an open, accepting, loving eye because frankly, if someone doesn’t do it, who will? Find your meaning and stick to it. My meaning, well, I am not quite sure what my meaning holds for me in the future but for now, I know that I have enough love in my heart to help the people who surround me and make my life worth living. Hopefully this article can help inspire others to do the same.

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They’re funny creatures, people.

They’re going to hurt you. They’re going to let you in and shut you out. They’re going to lie to you. They’re going to manipulate you. They’re going to say things that they simply cannot take back. They’re going to earn your trust and they’re going to betray it. They’re going to confuse you. They’re going to drive you crazy. Love them anyway.

They’re going to surprise you. They’re going to leave you speechless. They’re going to put a smile on your face when you least expect it. They’re going to make you laugh. They’re going to make you cry. Love them anyway.

They aren’t always going to be perfect. They’re going to have bad days, and they might even take it out on you. They’re going to shoot a frown your way, they’re going to follow your car far too closely, and they’re going…

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This entry was written by chicindie and published on February 21, 2014 at 12:50 am. It’s filed under General. Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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