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We wish to speak to you about a topic that may make some of you extremely uncomfortable (uh oh). It is the topic of Self-Love. So many of you see yourselves as less than or unworthy and we laugh deeply at this perception. We do not understand you humans who need to quantify yourself. What makes you better than the next person? What makes you worthy? What makes you loveable? What makes you less than?
What if you sat down and listed all the qualities you loved about yourself. Then, in the next column, all the things you disliked. We scratch our heads at this because we fear the ‘dislike’ column would have more in it than the ‘love’ column.
In order for you to advance to the next level, whatever that means for you, you need to embrace ALL of you, not just what you deem as good. You must embrace your wholeness. For you are whole, you are not piecemeal. You are one unified, sanctified unit.
It is time now for you to make peace with those signs inside of you that do not fit the mold of whom you think you should be. It is time to examine what holds you back from doing this. It is time to let go of the old, outdated misconceptions and embrace the change of the new. You cannot advance any further if you continue to cling to outdated emotions, feelings or perceptions.
We wish to repeat: You are one unified, sanctified unit. You are not piecemeal. You cannot choose the qualities you wish you had, you must make do with the qualities you have.
This One (me), upon re-reading this missive, has had an epiphany. She understands what we spoke of in the last paragraph is as a human race in whole, not as an individual person. Does that change your perspective?
What if you knew each and every one of you are facing the same challenges? That you are all in the ‘same boat’ so to speak? Would that make you kinder towards those who have the same afflictions as you see in yourself? Would it make you kinder TOWARDS yourself? We think it might for to see the sins in another person, is to see them in you.
We strongly advise you to be cautious of what you deem as ugly or unfit or undesirable as it is not just yourself you are judging, it is the entire human race.