Apply them to how you view yourself.
We are to love our neighbor as ourself BUT if we haven't embraced the persons we are we cannot embrace any one else in a real way.
I'm not talking about accepting secret sins (or blatant sins), but we all have human failings that we might condemn ourselves for. Maybe we say something like, "If I were only stronger;" "If I were only smarter;" "If I were only prettier or thinner or funnier."
You get the idea. We put ourselves down, the very people God created. That ought not to be.
How about instead you accept that part of you you've never liked? What if you look at that trait objectively and ask yourself and God, Why did God make me like this? And ask it honestly. He'll give you the best reason for He doesn't ever make a mistake in His creation process.
I'm sure some of you are tired of me using my family as examples but they are some of the best examples for me to use. Let me talk about my husband. What a man! My husband has so many gifts and talents. One of his areas he needs to work on is snacking. It is easy for him to eat a whole bunch without realizing it while watching TV. Well, his weight got to be unhealthy and he was diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes. That isn't good, BUT it caused him to take his health seriously and now he is at a very healthy weight and working out with some of the high school guys at school. He feels better than he has in a long time, and he is sticking with a healthier lifestyle. And wjen he snacks he's in control of it.
His problem ended up benefitting him.
And I think the same goes for all our bodies as they age. We have to be more deliberate in keeping ourselves healthy. That benefits us as we age more than we know.
My area I have condemned myself for is the way God made my brain. Yet, my brain is me and He created it the way it needed to be created so He could use me in the way He wants to use me. Again, God doesn't mess up when He creates us.
Maybe you don't think you're thin enough. Why are we so obsessed with being a certain weight in our culture? You're probably absolutely adorable just the way you are. Quit looking at others. Maybe that woman you think is so thin and beautiful struggles herself with her weight and she eats nothing. Looking at someone else and wishing we had what they have is not right for them or us. It isn't healthy and all it does is tarnish our own life. God Himself told us not to covet anything of our neighbors (this is one of the 10 commandments). That includes their appearance.
Radically accept yourself.
Radically accept others. Let God be the Holy Spirit for a while. Let God work out their problems. Of course if God leads us to say something we need to, but if not, let's just love others and pray for them. If we try to "fix" someone and God hasn't led us to do whatever action we are taking, it will just feel like condemnation to the other person and condemnation causes a person to curl up inside. Exactly the opposite of what our "Fixing" was meant to do!
Radically accept the day and whatever weather God blesses us with.
Radically accept those interruptions to your plans. Maybe God has something better for you than your plans.
Radically accept your limitations. There are blessings in limitations. There is blessing in weakness.
"Beloved, let us love one another, for love is from God; and everyone who loves is born of God and knows God."
1 John 4:7