Walking Out Love

great love

{These graphics are free for you to enjoy on my Seeds to Sow page! This graphic is by Jennifer Ueckert }

Recently, my husband and I sat down and watched the movie, The Cobbler. The theme of the movie is walking in other people’s shoes. The plot begins with a group of Jewish men in the Cobbler’s shop. They had a problem with a man named Gergerman who was bothering their families and businesses.

They handed the cobbler the shoes of the man because the cobbler had a magic stitching machine that gave him the ability to live the life of the owner of the shoes. He used those shoes to better understand Gergerman’s actions  and prevent him from bothering their families any further. Although I never found out the reason why the mean man did what he did to the Jewish men, it really made me think about others and the importance of choosing love in all circumstances. 

The truth is that every single person is fighting a personal battle and sometimes, choosing joy may be harder than we think. What if every single one of us took a step back and chose to walk in other people’s shoes? What if we tried to be intentional and understand how the person is feeling instead of assuming their actions were only directed towards us and responding in a negative way?

What if we replaced being short with being intentional? Did you know that a simple smile in a hard situation can make a HUGE difference? My grandma always said that it’s not one big thing that will change the world. It’s about all the little things you do that add up.

She is so right! So never be afraid to choose love because it covers a multitude of sins {1 Peter 4:8}.

I love this graphic by Jennifer Ueckert because it is a tangible reminder of the importance of love. Do you love this graphic as much as I do? Well then you are in for a treat. If you hit up Jennifer on her new website studiojru you can find this graphic and many more. If you enter the promo code: newshop then you will even get 20% off your order. 

~ Lovelle ❤

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