Viewing things through the eyes of a child is not a natural occurrence to us as adults these days. Especially when we think about it from a relational standpoint. Children haven’t experienced a whole lot of the world and have a childlike innocence in the way they view people.
They don’t care about the skin color of their friends, or their tax brackets, educational backgrounds, or political preferences. Children just see other children. They see playmates, or someone else that has their favorite toy and they bond over that. They see people as they are and aren’t concerned about their motives or intentions. They trust fully, love openly, and just want to play with others!
What holds you back from seeing others like a child? What would the world look like if we were able to embrace and fully love everyone around us?
Author: Sara Fullerton