We all want to be more forgiving people. We want to give selflessly and help others to find satisfaction in our deeds. As humans, we have a divine inner light that shines from within that wants to encompass others and show them how wonderful we think that they are. We want to entertain and support our loved ones, and give them provisions in more than a monetary sense. We want our children to feel that they can be whatever they want to be and that they need not be ashamed of who they are or what they decide that they want to do.
We want our most beautiful creations to find happiness in their every day life and to never know sorrow or failure. If we could make the world a better or safer place for them, we would, and no matter what their endeavors, we will always find them to be just as wonderful as the day that they were brought into this world. We have no qualms in finding ways to put others before ourselves for happiness and peace, in fact, we welcome this opportunity to make someone we love more comfortable.
Does it seem at all odd that though we actively seek these things for others on a daily basis that we rarely make time to change our own perspectives ourselves? With effort you could change your life and find yourself living life on purpose. You could be happier, and live your life on your terms. You can be free of the judgment of others and you can watch your challenges become gifts.