Love Your Enemies

Loving one’s enemy might seem like an impossible task, but if one really takes the time to understand the person who causes you to suffer, that person is no longer an enemy. It is much more difficult for one to see the similarity in others than to see ones differences. If we look deeply at the person who causes us anguish or pain, we can see why that person does, thinks, and says the things they do. When that is accomplished, an enemy may even become a friend.

By Diamond Mike Watson.
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