A Letter From Heaven? I was recently asked, "Where is the love?" After spending a few minutes with the Creator of the universe…this was written… Dearest Tyler,It's not a matter of where you show love, but more of radiating love where you are. Stop looking to make immediate and dramatic change across the globe and open your eyes to your own backyard. Start with the people in your community and sphere of influence (roommates, family, friends, neighbors, etc…). These people, regardless of wealth, fame, race or intention are thirsty for love. They need love. Sometimes it's as simple as listening (listening is extremely underrated). Sometimes it's as simple as including someone on your next adventure. Sometimes it's a phone call verbalizing, "I've been thinking about you." Redefine your understanding of the word, "love." Sometimes love isn't fun, easy and feel good. Sometimes it's asking the tough questions like, "What are you doing? I know you. You're better than this." And yes, as difficult as it is, sometimes the most loving thing to do is to walk away and remove yourself from a situation.But regardless of how it looks, love always pursues truth. Even when the truth doesn't feel good. So don't put the word "love" in a box. It's so much bigger than a good feeling. Its so much more than a physical act. Love is powerful. Love, when defined correctly, is the most powerful thing on the face of the planet. Love will change the world. People need love. You, dearest Tyler NEED love. The genuine, honest, selfless, fearless, tell you the truth kind of love. Sincerely,The MAN upstairs.Ps. I'm sure God would have written this with more grace and eloquence. But it's my human interpretation. And us humans are often flawed.

A Letter From Heaven? I was recently asked, "Where is the love?" After spending a few minutes with the Creator of the universe...this was written... Dearest Tyler,It's not a matter of where you show love, but more of radiating love where you are. Stop looking to make immediate and dramatic change across the globe and open your eyes to your own backyard. Start with the people in your community and sphere of influence (roommates, family, friends, neighbors, etc...). These people, regardless of wealth, fame, race or intention are thirsty for love. They need love. Sometimes it's as simple as listening (listening is extremely underrated). Sometimes it's as simple as including someone on your next adventure. Sometimes it's a phone call verbalizing, "I've been thinking about you." Redefine your understanding of the word, "love." Sometimes love isn't fun, easy and feel good. Sometimes it's asking the tough questions like, "What are you doing? I know you. You're better than this." And yes, as difficult as it is, sometimes the most loving thing to do is to walk away and remove yourself from a situation.But regardless of how it looks, love always pursues truth. Even when the truth doesn't feel good. So don't put the word "love" in a box. It's so much bigger than a good feeling. Its so much more than a physical act. Love is powerful. Love, when defined correctly, is the most powerful thing on the face of the planet. Love will change the world. People need love. You, dearest Tyler NEED love. The genuine, honest, selfless, fearless, tell you the truth kind of love. Sincerely,The MAN upstairs.Ps. I'm sure God would have written this with more grace and eloquence. But it's my human interpretation. And us humans are often flawed.