Everyone Deserves Love

My dear friends, we love you so very much.

Treat one another with loving kindness. It will change your reality. What if you knew that everyone you met, everyone you interacted with, and everyone you saw on the street, on the news, and in your neighborhoods was a living, breathing incarnation of God's love. What if you knew that every person was held close to the heart of God, beloved by angels, and no matter how unthinkable their behavior, good at the core of their being. What if you knew that they, like you, no matter how unconscious they may seem, are really also on a quest for love? How would you treat one another then dear ones? We implore you no matter what actions you take in the physical world, no matter what words you speak, try your best to come from love.

For in truth, the person that cuts you off in traffic is in need of love or they would not be behaving that way. The person that acts in an angry fashion around you requires your prayers. The one who is insensitive and unkind is really a hurting child. Dear ones, we are not asking you to remain around unkind behavior, nor are we asking you to stuff your feelings. We are not asking you to remain silent when you feel compelled to speak. We are simply asking you to be kind to yourself first - to treat yourself with utmost sensitivity and care, and then from that space of loving kindness, to base your words and deeds in love as well.

If you correct a child, or an adult behaving like a child, you can do so with love. If you walk away from a barking, snarling, snapping dog, or a barking, snarling, snapping individual, you can do so without any need to defend or justify your actions. you can simply move away and keep them in your prayers, for in truth, they are in desperate need of peace.

Your world would be a much better place, if instead of sinking into the darkness of those around you, you chose to remain in your light. Some would find comfort an step into the light; others would run away and remain in darkness. However, you would find that all of humanity would sort itself out into groups of like mind and heart and you would all be much happier.

So try, do your best, to allow your words and actions to come from a space of love... love of God, love of self, and then love of others.

God bless you! We love you so very much.

--The Angels

Message From Ann

When I am out and about and I meet people I often hear the quote in my head, "... you may be entertaining angels unaware." We don't know who we are chatting with when we're kind to a store clerk. We don't know their story, their history, their talents, or their concerns. No one is ever defined by their role or station in life. That is too limiting! There is so much more to any given person. I had a wonderful experience of this the other day at Home Depot...

I had gone to get a simple light kit. A lamp broke and I had to rewire it. I figured it couldn't be that hard. I may have an EE degree but I never learned to wire anything in college! So off to the store I went. A gentleman working in the plumbing department asked me if I needed help. "Yes, but its with electrical," I replied. "So what! I can help you," Dave responded in a great Boston accent. He trotted over half the store with me to find the light kits and told me he'd wire it up for me himself, since he wasn't busy and I'd brought the lamp along! What a gift!

While he was working on my lamp, another contractor interrupted us to talk about a problem he was having. Dave, the kind associate began to tell this man, "I've seen this. I've been a contractor for 30 years..." The other man interrupted him with a horribly rude, snide remark, "Then what are you doing working at Home Depot?" I couldn't believe it. He looked at me for approval and I simply shook my head, gave him a sad look, turned away, and started praying. It was an unthinkable comment. My reaction made him uncomfortable. He apologized and finished the discussion. When he left, Dave said to me, "Ah, the guy just needed love," and he proceeded to tell me about his volunteer work at Maggies shelter - a place for homeless pregnant women who need help getting job training and getting back on their feet. Angels indeed! This humble soul working at Home Depot in the plumbing aisle was one more enlightened and kind than many I've met who profess to have life all figured out. Its so funny... the angels used to say to me, "Ann your work is no more or less holy than a plumber who is doing what he loves." So true.

Later in the week the shoe was on the other foot. I attempted to help someone who yelled at me! A scene was unfolding in the Costco parking lot as I put my groceries in my car. An impatient man gunned his car and nearly hit another one pulling out. He completely ignored yet another car waiting for the space. He was starting to yell at both the car pulling out and the man waiting. It wasn't looking pretty, so I finished packing my car, walked over, and started directing traffic!

I asked the angry man to back up so the car could pull out and explained that the other man had been waiting for the spot. Furthermore, I told him I'd pull out right after and he could have my spot. He responded by yelling at me! Out of my mouth came words that were clearly not from my personality but rather from my soul, "Honey, this is not worth all the upset. Back up, let this guy out, and that one in and then you can have my spot. Its not worth the trouble. You'll have a spot in 60 seconds." The words came out with such authority and love that the guy backed up without a word. I pulled out. He got my spot and all was well. His poor wife looked like she wanted to crawl under the dash.

This man was just defensive. He felt foolish that he had almost hit another car and so he took out his upset at himself on the rest of us. It wasn't about me, and I didn't have to react. In fact I felt good having diffused the situation. In the words of the angels, and the guy from Home Depot, "Ah this guy just needed a little love!" Try it next time someone is acting crazy. Its not about you. Either walk away or be firm and kind. Don't react to their energy. Stay in your own. Its a much happier way to live!

Love and hugs,
Ann

... and ps - it's coming up faster than you think!!

Comments

puristuti@gmail.com 9th April 2012 12:58 pm

wow i loved this one....
though we consciously practice compassion and love for all things living and non living- there are several times in a day and several days at a stretch, when we let ourselves be sucked up by negativities around us...

readings like yours help put everything in perspective
:angel: :thumbs:

shervin 10th April 2012 2:31 pm

Ann,
I love your message. It is important that we first be loving to ourselves and then share our love with rest of creation (it is almost automatic without struggle). In my experience most effective way to sever others is when we love and care for ourselves first.
Shervin

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Ann Albers

Ann Albers is a popular spiritual instructor, angel communicator, lecturer, and author. She is a traditional Reiki master and a modern mystic who delights in distilling ancient wisdom into practical, down-to-earth tools for modern living. Ann's passion and purpose is teaching others to tap into the power and beauty of their souls, as well as helping people connect with the love and wisdom of their angels.

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