Who are we to judge what is right or wrong, good or bad?

The other day I was thinking about how happy it makes me when I see Skye happy. I thought about how devoted I am to giving her the best life she could possibly have, and how I don’t even question or think about the sacrifices I make for her. It’s second nature, and I wouldn’t have it any other way.

I thought about how easy it is – loving her unconditionally. It fascinated me that as a human, giving my all to another living creature could bring me so much light. I don’t ask for anything back (not shitting on the floor would be nice but…). And yet it she gives me so much love by just existing.

For a long time, I have been labelled ‘selfish’ by those around me. I get that. But labels can be unfair sometimes. Labels can be someone’s way of saying ‘I don’t understand the way you do things in your life and it makes me uncomfortable’. Labels mean you’re not flowing with the current of societal norms. Doing things differently to the way other people want you to be doing things.

Who are we to judge what is right or wrong, good or bad?

Behind every person you know to be selfish, is a wounded, private heart, who is very careful about who, and what, they choose to love.

It’s all simply perspective.

LYL xoxoxo

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