When people, especially children, make mistakes, they feel bad about themselves. It is the voice of love that reassures us that we are still good persons and worthy of love. Too often the voice of shame or the voice of derision is used, decimating people’s confidence and their beliefs in their value and worth. Let love be heard.
Written for Nurturing Thursday from Becca Givens from On Dragonfly Wings with Buttercup Tea, February 28, 2019: Who’s Voice.