“If you want to make enemies, try to change something.” ~ Woodrow Wilson
Funny enough, the first enemy you will likely encounter when changing something, anything, is yourself. Inertia is a powerful force in human nature and the legions of the status quo will quickly train their weapons on you should you threaten their possessions with original thought.
I imagine that most people interpret the injunction to “love your enemies” as being something that you have to screw up your courage to do in relation to another, but the biggest enemy you have and therefore the one in greatest need of your love, is you. Actually, there’s not much point in trying to love others when you don’t love yourself truly, fully and deeply.
That’s not to say that you should become obsessed with yourself, but you do need to come to the point where you are willing to relinquish any shade of self-loathing if you are to be as effective as you can be at serving others. Love yourself and you can love the world.
Love the world and you will become a catalyst for change.