There is a definite difference between people who have love in their life and people who don’t:
The love. That delicious thing that we all want and need.
Some people haven’t realized that you need to give love to receive it. There are a lot of people walking around feeling unloved these days. Instead of being lovers, they are being haters.
Today, I met a hater.
She looked like a hater. She was considerably overweight in unflattering clothing with short, unstyled hair. She had a nasty look on her face. She just didn’t look like someone who loved herself or loved anyone else for that matter.
I sat down next to her in the empty seat on the subway train.I was struggling with two big bags trying to squeeze myself into the seat next to her, and she made a rude comment to me as one of my bags lightly grazed her leg.
I didn’t get mad. I just apologized and then ignored her. I went back to doing what I needed to be doing—typing up a blog post for PattiKnows.com on my iPhone. (By the way, I am SUPER psyched that I will be meeting Patti Stanger, The Millionaire Matchmaker herself, this week.)
I didn’t pay this woman any mind, until now when I was wondering what I should write about in this week’s newsletter.
I don’t have time for haters, you see. I’m too busy loving me. My life. The people in it. And the people who could be in it.
The Moral Of The Story: Be a lover, not a hater.
If, you, too have learned to ignore the haters, let me know how you did it. Leave a comment below.
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