The golden rule according to Jesus, "Whatever you want men to do to you, do also to them" which are truly words to live by.
You don’t need a million dollars to change the world, to make it a better planet, a place worth living.
Sometimes a friendly gesture goes a long way, a kind word, a warm smile or even a firm embrace could make a person’s bad day better.
Just because you are not financially wealthy, doesn’t mean that you can’t bless someone else’s life, and leave them feeling like they truly are somebody special and worth their weight in gold.
Let people know how much they mean to you now, don’t wait until they are six feet under to express your love for them.
Celebrate with them while they are still able to participate and appreciate your kind words and/or deeds of love, let them know every chance you get just how important they are to you, and not just on special holidays and/or occasions.
Don’t just limit your love to people you know, people who you are comfortable with, because sometimes the people we can’t stand considerably, are the people who need our love the most.
It is not difficult to love the people who love us back, who treat us right; the real challenge is loving people who have wronged you, who have pained you in one way or another.
We also should not be selfish with our love; we must do our best to make it is not exclusive to friends and family.
Embrace a stranger and don’t be afraid to extend your hand to them, because you never know the impact it may have on them and their overall existence, you could possibly change their life for the better and in turn set off a chain reaction.
You shouldn’t fear human contact; you shouldn’t shy away from connecting with others, don’t hesitate to extend the olive branch of love to others.
Show the world that no matter what color, sex and/or religion a person is, that we are all one in the same, and all deserving of love.
Spread the love, and squash the hate, we all have to live on this planet, so it might as well be as brothers and sisters, and not bitter enemies or total strangers.