Love is KIND.
Sometimes I beat myself up when I fail to do the right thing. Sometimes I get wrapped up in the lack of simple obedience from my kids. And sometimes other people’s actions can make me frustrated or angry.
Not only is love patient, but love is kind.
I’ve heard before:
It’s ok to not be ok, it’s just not ok to stay there.
Today I was challenged with this thought: “Kindness means that we’re more concerned with who a person is becoming than with what they’re doing.”
I want to be a cheerleader for who a person is becoming.
This is from a series of posts I made on Facebook during the summer of 2016.