As we prepare for Easter, reflect on these lessons on love and humility from the Last Supper. Acts of service require that we get up from the table. Service begins with a willingness to stop what we may be doing in order to serve others. Are we willing?
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To the one who’s forgotten she matters. A familiar thought invades: “It doesn’t matter how much you do. It will never be enough.” The leap from feeling a disappointment is as quick as the inhale of breath: “You don’t matter. Your feelings don’t count.” How can loving ourselves squelch the lies that tell us we don’t matter?
When you’re clinging to the edge of sanity by a fingernail, it’s okay to love yourself. Take care of yourself. Give yourself a break. Stop being so hard on yourself. God’s word tells us to love our neighbor as ourselves. Isn’t it time to stop leaving yourself out of the equation?
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