I’d love to say that I always see the best in people, but it isn’t true.  Fortunately, my yoga class is a constant remember to look for it.  We end each class by wishing each other “namaste.”  Literally translated, the Sanskrit means “I bow to you.”  Liberally translated, it is a greeting to God within your fellows.  Our instructor translates it as “the God light in me recognizes and greets the God light in you.”

Looking for the light of God in others.  That’s a really good way to see the best in them.  And we really do manage to see what we look for so why not look for the best?

–SueBE

 

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