October 28, 2015
If self-love was available in a cup, it’d be bigger than Starbucks.
It’d drink like morning sunshine, illuminating inner beauty,
and taste like joy.
At least, that’s what I thought until I came across a gem of a new concept.
This concept changes the direction of self-love from something that flows inward. . .
to something that flows outward.
Self-love is not the love of self, but love that is self.
There is a difference between loving myself and being me who loves.
When I am me who loves,
I am genuinely expressing my inner core and that, my friends, fills me with self-love.
That is why it feels so good to love.
Expressing love is self-love.
And so, I’d like to change my opening paragraph.
If self-love was available in a cup, it wouldn’t stay in the cup long enough to drink.
It would radiate out like morning sunshine, illuminating beauty in others,
and taste like steamy joy.
Peace from the Prairie.