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Universal love
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Published on 31 Jan. 2011 12:00 AM IST
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Many believe love is the door that opens the way to the heart. For many, love is just a word thrown to one another by concerned people, such as, church workers, or concerned organizations or individuals etc. Yes, there are many kinds of love but the love discussed here is the universal love, irrespective of language, caste, color or even religion. Many people miss the fact that it is because of love we are all living in this world. We know but we ignore it. Are we really sharing love or too concerned for ourselves? When we have the food we like or wear the clothes we love, do we really think for those without parents?
When we point our finger or hear people speak or look at things we like or walk where we want, do we really think for those who are blind, deaf, differently able? or do we even feel for those taking care of them? A big thank you to all the concerned organizations, individuals for their support and most of all their prayers.
We all work and help for good but we ourselves have to make sure that it is done with love. The truth that pulls us down today is that we are too judgmental in every way. Hope you’re not reading this being that. Well, it is not about being rich or poor, having or not having, but what matters most is our hearts.
Today we are too concerned of what people think of us that we miss many opportunities where we could have done something good for people. We have to always remember that love starts in the family, some have parents some don’t, some have children some don’t, but whatever it is, we should always be thankful for what we are.
Lastly, for all those who have a heart, lets wipe out the differences and be more concerned for people living around us, for there are some who really needs it, be it in your own family or in our bigger family.
James.1:27. “What God the father considers to be pure and genuine religion is this: to take care of orphans and widows in their suffering and to keep oneself from being corrupted from the world”.
Inakavi Ayemi.

 
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