Service to Others in the Workplace | Definition of Love
Service to Others in the Workplace
Definition of Love
Rant – “We can’t help you, sorry – that’s just our policy, or that’s just the way we’ve always done it”
Treating people like family instead of just another nobody.
What is love? Define love. I think love is wanting the best for another – wanting to see their soul soar, giving them permission to be who they are – and helping them fulfil what they came here to be.
There’s like 2 different worlds that we keep flipping in-between. The old world and the new world. The one where we love, trust, and want the best for them, and the other where we don’t love ourselves, trust anyone and don’t care about anything – where we feel separated, fearful, abandoned, alone and not worthy, valuable, or living our truth – feeling forced to conform, feeling forced to live a life that we don’t want to live.
I feel that the new age movement, conscious-living movement, spiritual “go within” movement, and personal development ideas are trying to make people aware that the way that they feel about the world, about themselves, and how they feel about & treat others is having a ripple effect across the collective consciousness and affects our daily lives.
Children’s opinions and thoughts and values and ideas about the world are valid and should be heard.
Coming from a place of expansiveness and trusting their soul instead of making people small.
Give people permission to shine vs “oh you can’t handle it, you are so small, helpless, powerless, helpless”
Original (Longer) Version: Rant – It’s Policy, What is Love?, How to Treat Others