This is Doctor Fab, and our topic for today is how to love more. Do you remember the last time you loved passionately and unconditionally? You know what I love about love, right? Some people even call me ‘Doctor Love’. I love you. That is the reason I come every single week, to give you this information, to help you build yourself to the potential that you were meant to have.
1. Be more patient, kind, good to yourself.
2. Love the unlovable ones.
3. See the child in others.
When I was a sophomore in high school, I had a friend who was in charge of getting volunteers for the Special Olympics event that was coming up.
I’m going to be honest with you – out of a high school that had 1000 people, I was skeptical.
I didn’t feel that I was equipped to help these young individual that were participating in the Special Olympics, but he talked me into it.
Out of 1000 kids, there were only about 30 who participated.
I went the next weekend to that event, and it changed my life.
It changed my life because I saw a human being, a spiritual human being, who was so beautiful and so pure.
Because of that experience, in the next year, my junior year, I went around and shared my story with every single student and every class in my high school.
We had over 400 volunteers that year.
In my senior year, we had a record-breaking 800 volunteers out of 1000.
This is Doctor Fab, and our topic for today is how to love more.
Do you remember the last time you loved passionately and unconditionally?
If you do, I want you to Like that button right now, and I want you to put your comments right there.
I want you to tell me, who did you love?
What did you love?
I want you to know that that Special Olympics experience opened up my heart, because I realized that everyone out there is meant to be loved unconditionally.
I was only afraid of being there because I had never been around any kids with Down’s syndrome, and I didn’t understand it.
When I got to experience it, I realized that there were some of the most beautiful beings that we have on Earth.
I continue to support the Special Olympics, even today.
I want to share with you in this conversation of how to love more.
You know what I love about love, right?
Some people even call me ‘Doctor Love’.
I love you.
That is the reason I come every single week, to give you this information, to help you build yourself to the potential that you were meant to have.
Let me share with you the three things that I discovered about how to love more.
Are you ready?
The first one is: Be more patient, kind, and good to yourself.
Love beings with ourselves.
It’s very hard for me to love you, and to love the hundreds and thousands of people that are following me, if I don’t love myself.
I’m going to wear out! I’m going to get to the point that I’m depleted.
Every single day, I wake up with my ‘me time’.
I love myself.
I even look at myself when I’m brushing my teeth.
Louis, he taught me this: I say to myself, “I love you, Fab.”
I want you to say that to yourself next time you are brushing your teeth.
I want you to be patient with yourself instead of always beating yourself up for the mistakes that you made in the past.
Learn from them.
Just be patient, be loving to yourself, be good to yourself.
Do those things that matter to you.
Take time to exercise, to eat healthy.
Take time to meditate and pray.
Take time to be with your loved ones.
Just be good to yourself, and you’ll find that love just happens to be right there.
The second thing that I’ve learned in how to have more love in your life is: You have to love the unlovable ones.
I used to tell my staff all the time when we have patients coming in, that we call the difficult patients – do you remember that?
Have you had a difficult person in your life?
Listen, I want you to Like that button, and I want you to write me right now, write me who that difficult person is in your life, and what you’re doing about it.
I want you to love those people.
I want you to love the ones who are the unlovable ones, and do you know why?
They need it the most.
Everybody else out there is rejecting them.
Imagine if you are the only person that shows them some kind of kindness and love.
That’s where love comes from, is when we love for the sake of loving, not for the sake of loving those people that love us.
Those are easy to love.
I want you to stretch yourself and love the ones that hurt you.
I want you to love the ones that have betrayed you.
I want you to love the ones that are not kind, and not nice to the world, because they need love, just like you do.
The last thing that I can tell you on how to have more love in your life: I want you to see the child in others.
I can tell you story after story of difficult people that have come into my life, on a personal level or a professional level, and you know what I do?
I just see that child inside of them, that loving child that is innocent.
That loving child that just says, “I need a hug.
I need love right now.” I treat that child, and when I do that, all of a sudden that love comes inside of me, and it’s able to give it to them.
Even if their external appearance may be a little bit difficult, I only see that child in them.
Look, I want you to Like that button, I want you to write me a comment on how you plan to be more loving to yourself right now.
Or, perhaps maybe loving to someone else, because when you do that, love overwhelms you.
Love fills your heart that you want to share it with everyone out there.
That’s the meaning of this conversation today – how to love more. I hope you enjoyed this video,
I’ll see you on the next one.