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So I am asking you, my readers, if you can help this person get from Colorado to Florida with their small amount of life's possessions? I don't know how to help them get here to Florida so if anyone has some suggestions, I am open for ideas to pray about.

“We falsely judge our self-worth by the things we do or don’t have and by the opinions of others. ... The only opinion of us that matters is what our Heavenly Father thinks of us. Please sincerely ask Him what He thinks of you. He will love and correct but never discourage us; that is Satan’s trick.” From #ElderCornish’s inspiring #LDSconf message #YouMatter #Worth #Identity #Purpose

So… Messy kitchen = great meals. Pet hair, furniture with scratch marks, and dog toys to trip over = cuddly bundles of love. Cluttered table tops = fun projects and handmade gifts for friends. Please don't judge my dust.

There's a story behind every person. There's a reason why they're the way they are. Think about that before you judge someone.

A kind heart never goes unnoticed and a kind act is never forgotten. It takes a brave and beautiful soul to be kind and to have a deep sense of compassion and empathy and to understand what others may be going through in their own lives. Kindness is not weakness it's a special type of strength that shows the world you are aware and conscious of the universe around you and the souls that exist within. It's not your duty to judge it's your duty to be kind and help others on their journey…


People will judge others according to their own life, and while judging is wrong in the first place, it also says more about them than about you. Don't worry about those people, if they lived one day in your place, they'd be astounded, overwhelmed, surprised, and never ever judge you again... so for now, just forgive them for their ignorance.............

Here’s a prayer you can say when you need to look upon others with mercy. We all need mercy. Resist the temptation to condemn or judge, and see others as Jesus sees you. He is the one that elevates us higher, and we all have an equal right to his forgiveness and love.

Before judging others, remember how God has forgiven us