Welcome to the Saturday Blog Party! This week’s topic is Love. This means we are looking for everything and anything on the topic! Share posts or sites that inspire you to LOVE yourself or others, share your challenges or things that delight, old favorites or one of the latest posts, literally Everything and Anything on the topic is welcome.
I’m going to kick things off with three posts that I think speak beautifully on the topic.
Cultivating Love and Compassion - Thais, the lovely blogger from Living in the (k)Now and Thias G., begins her post with a quote from Ajahn Sumedho “It is not enough to follow the heart. You must also train the heart.” …come follow her training!
Cultivating Love - Joni McClain of Love and Light Images pairs a poem by Brene Brown with one of her exquisite photos. … Love is not something we give or get; it is something that we nurture and grow…
The Honest Truth About Cultivating Self-Love - Mara Glatzel visits Anna Guest-Jelley’s Curvy Yoga teaches us how to support “the decision to treat yourself kindly and with the respect that you deserve, even when, and especially when, you wish that you’d made different choices.”
Here are the ground rules for this party:
- Share NEW and OLD posts on the topic. This is your chance to share your favorite posts. If they fit the topic and you think we could benefit it doesn’t matter when you wrote it. Wisdom is timeless!
- Share your’s and other’s posts! Ran across a timely tidbit? Let us hear about it too! When sharing someone else’s posts please say submitted by using your name or blog name.
- Leave a comment after posting letting us know why you think the post is worth our time. We are building a knowledge library and your context makes it all the more valuable!
- Have Fun! I hope to make this party a fun and valuable addition to your weekend blog hopping.
Note: This link up list will stay active so feel free to add items ANY time. If you don’t have a blog to share, photos, ETSY collections and essays are most welcome. Let me know if you need help linking them up!
I look forward to visiting all the treasures YOU add to the collection!