It’s really that simple!

Deep rooted in youth
love unconditionally
more practice needed

Vulnerable heart
Tears in waiting if broken
All people the same



Let’s find it in our hearts to practice kindness,
less judgement, more acceptance, and to spread
love exponentially. It’s really that simple.

Wishing you a great start to your week,
Lauren πŸ’•

Photo credit of holding hands: Google
Flower photos from our garden.

41 thoughts on “It’s really that simple!

  1. ezee life

    Thank you for this beautiful reminders. Kindness is a universal language and we must find it in ourselves to love everyone regardless of who they are, where they come from or what they do!

  2. Beautifully said Lauren…. We each need to get back to that basic respecting of each other and Mother Nature.. Wonderful words and images… and love the Bob Marley.. One Love πŸ™‚ We are ONE.. ❀ πŸ’–πŸ™πŸ’–

    1. Thanks, Sue, isn’t it so simple, and yet, so hard for many to follow through? We can keep dreaming and hoping that positive changes do come to fruition, though. Yes, One Love! Many hugs, my friend. πŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’—

    1. Thanks, Jane. I’m sure you’re on board here, too. πŸ™‚ Hope you’re settled in and doing well. You’ve been missed, my friend…Much love. πŸ’–πŸ’–

      1. Jane Sturgeon

        Lovely Lauren, I am on board. ❀ I had a moment of nuttiness and decided to code a new web site, bringing everything I do together. What was I thinking, as I disappeared down a big rabbit hole with that one. Just emerging now…he he ❀ to you all ❀

      2. Jane Sturgeon

        I so hope so. That’s me, ever hopeful! Much ❀ ❀ ❀ flowing to you all. Xx

  3. Very thought provoking Lauren. It shouldn’t need to be said and you write it so perfectly BUT it is sad that so many people don’t feel accepted and feel excluded. Everyone can feel like this on odd occasions from time to time when you can’t get something or are turned down for a job, when you’re told you’re not good enough – but to feel this every day, there needs to be much more support and teaching on how to value what you do have and what you can do.

  4. Beautiful words, Lauren! The word β€œrespect” continues to surface for me often these past two weeks. Likely, for good reasons. Beautiful photos of the flowers. The circle of people fits perfectly with this post. (And β€œcircle” in your future post)xx❀️

    1. Thanks again, Erica, for your lovely comment. It should be simple, shouldn’t it? We need to keep hope alive that positive changes will come to fruition so this ideal won’t need thought at all; respect and acceptance would simply come naturally. I truly appreciate your kind words. πŸ₯°

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