Water the Fire Others Create
The desire for acceptance and love runs deep into our core.
What a blessing it is, to not care what others think or feel about you. It is an empowering reflection to have. It holds a shield for the protection of your true identity and self-love, allowing no one to penetrate past your mind.
What is even more empowering than your shield?
Your action based on a further decision.
It is to love a person who has truly revealed their dislike or indifference for you, regardless of your frustration or fear.
To tell that person:
Dear Troubled Soul,
“I’ve heard you contain a disliking for me.
That you wish me harm, discomfort, misfortune, and sadness.
I am sorry you hold on to such negativity.
Even though you wish me harm, bad luck and misfortune, I still like you.
I wish you the best in life. I wish you love and happiness and fortune. I will make sure to send extra love your way because you seem to need it more.
You don’t have to like me. You don’t have to explain why.
I still like you. I still love you.
Peace be with us all.”