“You are loved.”

Approximately 350 million people of all ages worldwide suffer from Depression, in what you can say the most accepting society in history.

It’s no secret that people have suffered from judgement and discrimination for their complexion, socioeconomic status, and/or sexual orientation, but what is less commonly known and talked about is the neglect that individuals experience for “no reason.”

People of every race, culture, and circumstance go through their lives without experiencing the warmth and security of being loved and accepted by others.

As human beings we often succumb to our own arrogance and fail to remember the feelings of the people around us….

But we were designed to be empathetic, because after all….

WE ARE ALL HUMAN.

We ALL experience the same emotions. And we are ALL loved.

  • Whether or not someone has a strong relationship with their parents, has a core group of friends (or one best friend).
  • Whether or not someone is in a romantic relationship or attends a church; they are loved.

There are always people who care about and support others. Sometimes those people are active in individuals’ lives, others have a passive role, and there’s even times when people invest in someone without ever knowing them.

People can resist this statement and refuse to believe that this is true or applies to them but there is a God that loves each and every human being on the face of this planet. A God that doesn’t judge. A God that loves unconditionally.

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