Last week, I posted on this subject – and unfortunately, the post has somehow become corrupted. Sadly, this was one of those times I didn’t have the text saved in word! Will be time soon, in any event, for a new post in the next couple of days.
In the meantime, I’m inclined – in the name of expediency – to draw your attention to a lesson one social activist recently shared with me, and which I had shared in the original post: “The key to creating positive working relationships – especially in a high-pressured, emotive and challenging work environment – is that I have to love everyone. Really love everyone. Because if it isn’t real, people know.”
And I put to you the question: “What does it mean to love everyone and in what ways can you – particularly as a social activist – strengthen your practice of loving everyone?”