By Dan Millman, in "Everyday Enlightenment"
the strangest delusions believed by many of us is that it is good
to love other people but bad to love yourself.
a beginning practice of love. From self-love we learn to love
another--a parent, a pet, a friend, a partner--from family to
friends, to associates, to the larger world. There's no place like
home to begin the practice of love.
Home is where the heart is, and home is generally where the hassles
are, too. What better place to practice loving without reason thanthat
place where we cannot always find a reason to love?