Love ❤️ is the Target 🎯

If your son, daughter, mother or father or someone you dearly loved was gay, queer, bisexual, transgender, or plus would you be posting the viral videos of Target’s new attire? Would you be so judgmental?

Note that Target is behind. They are not the first major retailer to launch attire for PRIDE 🌈 month. Nordstrom has been on that game for years. Amazon carries LGBTQ-plus attire too in case you have a Prime membership.

Maybe you didn’t pay attention to the other retailers but because Target is your go-to, your preferred retailer to buy things you don’t need you now want to boycott the store. You want to post public videos threatening to take away dollars. Better start looking for your next go-to retailer because it’s here and it’s here to stay.

We are in the middle of a revolution. Half of us are trying to be more loving, more compassionate, understanding, kinder, and more gentle, we are trying to heal from trauma, our pain, and suffering. We are trying to forgive those that meant no harm for what they unknowingly did to us. Because we are only as conscious of the level we have experienced. My mother had blocks and so did your mother.

The other half is trying to narrow the path by excluding anyone who they believe is not right. Who is anyone to say that you are correct and they are wrong? Let’s say you are right and we are wrong. Now what? Do you get a moment of recognition? Did you get the “Right” award? And this makes you closer to heaven? Help me understand the purpose of excluding people, judging them and you getting the honor of being right.

Judging, controlling, instilling fear, anger, hating, and exclusion are all things from the ego. None of the above is from God! None of the above is like Jesus when he walked the earth. If you wanna be a disciple then be accepting, nonjudgmental, kind, and loving, and stop instilling fear just because you’re scared. The lenses of fear look different for everyone.

“My command is this: Love each other as I have loved you.” John 15:12

“Do to others as you would have them do to you.” Luke 6:31

“Do everything in love.” 1 Corinthians 16:14

Published by Dana

Creative writer about my life and life lessons. Survivor of abandonment, addiction, narcissist relationships, and trauma. Still dealing while I'm healing. Thank you Jesus!

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