Is selectivity limiting your love for others?

Loving our neighbor isn't always easy. But it's always possible when we know how to love.

It is easy to care about people we love. We enjoy thinking of ways of being loving and lovable. But what about people we don't like or are offended by? To be kind and loving may seem not only difficult but inconceivable!

When we think about it, though, isn't this selective love? Aren't we deciding who should be the object of our love? Aren't we judging if they are worthy of our love?

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