Kind or unkind is your perception. But all is love.
We all do the best with what we know and have in the moment. The infatuation of your own actions creates resentment and judgments in others. (“I always try to act kind but they are mean”)
I will be perceived as kind and unkind but I am love is the only truth. (Being worthy of love puts it into the duality.)
The best we can do is to be ourselves and not lay judgment on others, even through the guise of self exploration:)). Use your words to be clear about your one-sided perceptions and to state what you love is the only solution. Clarity.
Would you truly love me if you judge my actions? Yes, this too is love. But divine love goes out to a different layer of love and understanding.
I could go on with a kind and unkind list of mine but it would be different than yours. We sometimes label unkind when we don’t love it within ourselves, perhaps there something you haven’t admitted doing..guilt or you can see the form of your “unkindness”. We judge it until we own it! We are most critical of that quality in others that we are denying within ourselves. ” Kind or cruel”, but be rest assured it is love. Try to see the loving intention behind the action and it dissolves the judgment.
If you will explain to me what you perceive as unkind then we can have a discussion about this and I will change my behavior in honoring your request. These are the words of a prophet!
Come out and ask me straight out why I acted in a certain way, you may be surprised at my loving intention I’ll remember to ask you too. It is in this clarity, that we find a divine love and understanding.