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In terms of romantic or any relating it's amazing what you can learn by asking yourself and others 'why' you think, feel, act etc, rather than assume that cultural or societal biases are truth, or that you already know.
TD said: HAhaha! smiileyjen101! You got me there. Yes, I see my projection and you are wise to suggest asking ourselves and others "why" they think, feel, act a certain way.
Yet, isn't there an element of faith and/or even presumption that everyone involved will be honest at least to themselves if not you, or even know the "why" behind what they think, feel and act? I sense perhaps a continual process of asking "why" or inquiry will finally lead one to the most honest answer possible, but if and only if such openness is in the relationship.
smiileyjen101 wrote:Wonderful curiosity at work there TD.
Can you see how your 'answer' doesn't have an end, it's like an acceptance of continual flux and change of perspectives and sharing by degrees of experience, willingness and capacity.
That ^^^ is what I find so amazing about asking the questions. One could ask five million people the same question and get 5 million different answers, having heard the answers of each other some would be influenced by the experience and their own answer to the same question - by understanding in experience, willingness and capacity ... would change.
If one has the same opinion about something that they had, say, a year ago, or yesterday, someone's holding on too tight
Me, I'll probably think differently about this in the morning
far_eastofwest wrote:Goodbyes are only for those who love with their eyes. Because for those who love with heart and soul there is no such thing as separation.
I was looking for tips on dealing with a long distance committed relationship.
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