On day 7 of the art of detachment. I began the day with saying "I love you" to my two little loves.
On day six I stressed the importance of the love for thy self. What about the love for others? Can we love others the way we love ourselves? Yes, once we have become comfortable and familiar with our divine being it will become easier to identify the divine being in others. What you see and perceive is under your control.
Detachment lesson number seven:
Learn to love the divine being of others oppose to their physical and emotional limitation, what they look like, or disease they may be battling.
Identifying an individual by their disease or limitations will compromise the perception of that relationship. Do you "look away" because you are uncomfortable in the presence of someone's flaw? If so, come back to yourself and explore why that is.
Day 6 of the Oprah and Chopra's meditation challenge centering thought is, " I cherish the beauty in myself and others." Cherishing thy self and others as the divine being not by what they have done or who they have become is beauty within itself.
If you have never participated in a mediation challenge I would highly recommend it. https://chopracentermeditation.com/home
My last words of the night were "I love you" followed by silence and reflection.