Inclusive is a good thing

When planning a function/party/out to lunch don’t invite just a few close friends, include someone from your outer circle.  Choose to have a bigger group.  You have no idea what they are going through, this invitation may be just what they need.  They may need to feel loved and included.  So many people walk around and are waiting to be loved and accepted.  Just seeing this picture that says “You’re Invited” brings a bit of excitement and anticipation.  Think about it.

To get that nod from another human being that they exist and are thought of in this world.  An invitation means so much when extended to someone who maybe isn’t lovely or easy to get along with.  Those are the ones that need it the most.  It is easy to love those who are lovely and beautiful.  I personally have been blessed 10 times over by inviting someone who wasn’t in my immediate circle of friends to a party.

They were so dear and appreciated being included.  We all have a need to feel included and we all feel horrible when we are excluded.  So, next time you plan an event, invite someone who you would not normally invite.  Open your doors and hearts to someone who needs to feel included and loved.

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One thought on “Inclusive is a good thing

  1. This is a great post and I totally agree! There are days (well weeks) where a surprise invite would warm my heart.
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