What Love looks like

What love looks like. I was placing an item into my granddaughters “memory book” and I found an image that showed me what love looks like.   When I saw the photo of the item, I immediately knew that it represented love. As I gazed at the image, I realized that every piece of it was love.   The little card dangling from the pink ribbon, was hand done, with love.   The printing on the card itself, was placed there with love.   The tiny grains of sugar and cinnamon were poured in with love. The little pink ribbons, were cut, placed and tied with love.   Each cap was screwed on with love.   Even the tape covering the holes (so it wouldn’t spill) were adhered on with love. This is what love looks like. It looks like the little things we do for the people we care about. They don’t have to be monumental tasks or ones that last forever, they are just done with love in the moment. Isn’t that what we all want, love in this moment of time? When you are seeking out what love looks like, look at the little things first. KJ @ KJ-isms  

 

Relationships are two way streets

All relationships are two way streets. It doesn't matter who that relationship is with, it's a give and take situation. No relationship will survive when one is all give and the other is all take. It has to flow back and forth. You give a little and you take a little, they give a little and they take a little. Balancing the give and take is one of the keys to a healthy and long lasting relationship. KJ @ KJ-isms

 

 

What is right for you

Never base your decisions on what other people will think. Base your decisions on what you think. No one except you has to live with the consequences of your decisions, don't let anyone else make the decisions for you. Trust yourself to do what is right for you.  KJ @ KJ-isms  2014

 

 

Live the Life you want!

The life you have is the life you want. And when you want it to be different, you just have to make it different. Some folks might disagree and say, well how do we just "make our life different?". This is how (and the secret is... it is simple!). You are riding down the road, singing a tune from the radio, suddenly someone cuts you off! Here is your opportunity to make your life different, because right there you have a choice. How do you feel about the person who just cut you off? Do you flip them the bird, cuss them out and continue on in anger? Or do you say to yourself, well, that person must need to get somewhere faster than I do, continue singing your song and travel along in happiness? And this is true for every situation in your life. You decide. Bad things happen, good things happen but it's how you perceive it and handle it that makes your life what it is.  Will the situation make you a better person, or a bitter person? You choose.  And that is how you will have the life you want.   KJ @ KJ-isms

 

 

Life is a Game

Life truly is a game. But what some haven't figure out yet, is that the one who wins isn't the one who leaves here with the most money and things. The one who wins the "game" is the one who leaves here with the most love. It's not how much money you have in the bank, it's how many smiles you put on other's faces. It's not how many things you've managed to acquire, it's how many things have you given to someone in need. In the end, we came here with only love and we leave here with only love. So, the question is, how much love will you take with you when you go? KJ @ KJ-isms

 

Hindsight is 20-20

One day you wake up and you realize that life is really short. That all the petty jealousy and hurts you felt were nothing, compared to what you've lost with people you really love. Wisdom will come and you will realize that "who said what", "who was to blame" and "who should apologize first" won't mean a thing. Because time ran out and all the time spent with resentment was wasted, when it could have been spent loving, caring and cherishing instead. They say hindsight is 20/20, but it is a real shame we have to go so long before we look back and see clearly.   KJ @ KJ-isms 2016

Education leads to understanding. Understanding leads to tolerance. Tolerance leads to acceptance.  KJ 

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