LOVE THE CHILD IN EVERYONE

PARENTS, children, wives, husbands, friends, neighbors, co-workers, even fellow church members—we've all wondered just how to do it. How to love each other without waffling under the stress of circumstances. How to commit, as the master Christian said we should and could, to a level of caring so totally spiritual that it transcends every conceivable kind of barrier—political, social, racial, gender-related. A love that cuts even across enemy lines.

Maybe the answer isn't all that complicated. Maybe committing to pure, irreversible love for anyone and everyone is something so simple that even a child can do it. And can teach other people how to do it, too. Actually, just a few weeks ago, an adorable set of three-year-old triplet girls taught a whole planeload of us traveling from Fort Lauderdale to Boston, something very special about true spiritual love.

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