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Give them freedom…

…And what is love…?? Is it a word…?? Is it talking and arguing…?? No. True love is…

Do you understand relationships…??  What is the point of honest communication…??  Do you bring freedom to your relationships…??

In human relationships the key element is honest communication, as we all know, as we all try to become better human beings in life; however, quite often one gets taken by this obsession for winning, for coming out ahead, for proving ourselves to the other, thus the ego takes over and a communication based on love and understanding vanishes.  This calls for self-reflection and less pride; so, this calls for more rich silence, less talking.

The ego likes to talk and show off, defend itself and seek security; but the true heart of love is silent, wise, listens because it knows in silence there is true freedom.  And what is love…??  Is it a word…??  Is it talking and arguing…??  No.  True love is an essence which lives in the rich silence; in the rich silence of listening, in the rich silence of holding hands and walking together, in the rich silence of staring deeply into each other’s eyes… without a sign of ego… without trying to fix anything… without empty words all the time…

And that is exactly what one must bring into a relationship, into an honest communication with another, such freedom to liberate the mind of another and make them feel valued, appreciated to allow themselves to be heard by us, to express themselves freely and without any contention or threat.

This is love and understanding, to show true care in what someone else thinks and feels; because sometimes talking is of the ego and vanity itself, because sometimes to be quiet and listen is to guide our relationships into new, vaster horizons.

“Much talking is the cause of danger.  Silence is the means of avoiding misfortune. The talkative parrot is shut up in a cage.  Other birds, without speech, fly freely about.”  ~ Saskya Pandita; Tibetan spiritual leader, Buddhist scholar, and writer.


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“Limitations live in our minds, but if we use our imaginations, our possibilities become limitless.” ~Jamie Paolinetti; writer and director.

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