If you’re ever tempted to judge your neighbor, love them instead. It produces far better results for you and them. From God’s point of view, it doesn’t matter what another person’s sexual orientation is, their political stand, their size, diet,
“Correction does much. But encouragement does more.” When working with children, peers, family members, those in distress, or those who are struggling with failure, a few words of encouragement can go a long way to helping them stay the course
“God loves each of us as if there were only one of us.” ~ St. Augustine
“Each day I pray: ‘God bless my enemies; make them Thy friends; give them to know the joy and the peace of love.’” ~ Mary Baker Eddy, Miscellany, p. 220.
There is a positive side and a negative side to sensitivity. The positive side of sensitivity is the ability to discern what is going on in thought around you, to sort out right from wrong, and then make intelligent decisions