"For her every individual mattered. 'I believe,' she once said, 'in person-to-person contact. Every person is Christ for me, and since there is only one Jesus, the person I am meeting is the one person in the world at that moment.' Those who spent time with her would often comment, 'For the moment you were with her, there was only you and her. She wasn't looking over your shoulder to see what was happening around you. You had her full attention. It was as if nothing else existed to her except you.'"
In other words, with people Mother Theresa was fully present. You had her full attention. Is that showing love or what? I would bet that both you and I have experienced people who were not fully paying attention to us, plus we have not been fully present with others. Broken communication and misunderstandings, if not broken relationships, often result from not giving one's undivided attention.
May we learn to see the "God-moment" and the "God-person" in each person-to-person contact. May we learn to love!