Love People for Who They Are

Love people for who they are; Removing the Stumbling Block, ability, inclusion

Love people for who they are, instead of judging them for what they’re not.

Recognize the ability rather than “fixing” the disability.

Cultivate the “able” rather than blaming the label.

Love me for who I am rather than who you wish I might be.


Ben Azzai taught: “Despise no one and call nothing useless. For there is no thing that does not have its place and no person whose hour does not come.” Pirkei Avot 4:3


 
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