To me, self-love is self-care. It’s caring about my thoughts, feelings, life dreams, ideas, mental, emotional and physical health, spirituality, relationships and playful FUN. It’s sharing time with people who know and love me. It’s time in nature, with animals, friends, co-workers, family, and in activities that make me laugh and smile, and share our genuine connectivity and love.
Self-care is not selfish. The power that makes us alive, IS God within each of us, and within ALL of life. When we care for our self, we care for God. When we care for nature, we care for God. When we care for others, we care for God. Let’s care for OURSELVES … AND our neighbors EQUALLY, with love and joy!
Some of my healthy self-care includes: choosing to enjoy what I do, daily devotions, meditation, eating and drinking well, sleeping well, self-massage, relaxing time in nature, hot baths, swimming, fresh air, time alone, exercise of all types, reading, writing, studying, learning, growing, using natural remedies, bubbles, movies, painting and baking.