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Absent Minded Love

Me:  are you mad that I love you? You:  yes, it scares me. Me:  if you prefer torture, i can love you to death (and you will die most happy and satisfied.) You:  hmmm. dying seems easier than love. Me: … Continue reading

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The Beauty in Belief!*

Belief can be like gratitude.  You might think you don’t have much or many and then you realize that you have a great deal of beliefs that you are grateful for! I recently asked someone to list their beliefs for … Continue reading

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Awareness (again.)

Once we become aware of the thing, the situation or the idea, we are no longer prisoner to that which we were unaware of.   Awareness is synonymous with change.  Once awareness enters our bloodstream, change is inevitable. (Move towards … Continue reading

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When we redefine a relationship…

we sometimes redefine love.

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Chocolate Body Paint & Darwin’sLoophole!

A woman and I were chatting the other day about love and her finding a significant other. She adamantly told me, “I don’t need my significant other to love me. If I want to feel loved, he can pay for … Continue reading

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The Dream: To Get Along

(If we all dream the same dream, it will come true…) If we let go of the past, new dreams can come true. If we let go of the need to judge, we feel accepted. If we don’t need to … Continue reading

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Anam Cara

(a different perspective on what it means to be a soul mate…) “When the heart weeps for what it has lost, the spirit laughs for what it has found.” Anonymous Sufi Aphorism Q: Why weep at all? Why not discover … Continue reading

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Child-like

James Hillman, author of A Blue Fire and one of today’s most imaginative thinkers, says, “Knowing our fantasy life is to know ourselves profoundly. From that particular kind of self-knowledge that is beyond ego comes a strong sense of destiny. … Continue reading

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Betrayal vs. Disillusionment

At a recent gathering with some friends, a discussion began about relationships, marriage and divorce.   The party consisted of about fifteen or so couples and I was the only hinge-less one there.  The topic of conversation should come as no … Continue reading

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Commitment vs. Complacency

(and the hidden betrayals of the heart…) “Love is of all passions the strongest, for it attacks simultaneously the head, the heart and the senses.” Lao Tzu The Mind and Commitment What is commitment? When explored deeply, we understand all … Continue reading

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