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Quotes in topic
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Love is not about sappy talk. It is a deep sense of integrity and commitment.
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If you are in communion with Truth, your relationships will just be relationships, not attachments. You will know involvement but no entanglement.
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When two individuals really connect energy-wise, suddenly you will find they are hugely empowered.
#4 of 112
Love is not about getting what you want. It is an opportunity to lose yourself.
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If you eliminate the need to get something out of relationships and naturally overflow with joy, you can have fabulous relationships with all sorts of people.
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Love is a longing to include someone as a part of yourself. It is a possibility to become more than what you are by inclusion.
#7 of 112
A spouse is not a destination but a fellow traveler.
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Trust does not mean that others have to do things the way you expect them to do them. Trust means to become vulnerable.
#9 of 112
Lovers and devotees must be allowed a certain margin. Otherwise, just hard logic will kill both love and devotion.
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People who logically examine their relationships cannot sustain them. Two bodies, two minds, two emotions can never fit perfectly. Magic of being together can never be contained in logic.
#11 of 112
Do not underestimate negative relationships. You have a deep bond with those you hate, fear, or envy. Time to dissolve that.
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Being attached to someone is not about the other person. It is about your own sense of inadequacy.
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If two people come together, it should be a sharing of joy, not extracting joy from each other.
#14 of 112
Prejudice is poison, fed to us from an early age by our families, religions, and societies.
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Love should always be a liberating process, not an entangling one.
#16 of 112
In the marketplace, it is considered smart to give less and take more. In a genuine relationship, you give whatever you can without caring what you get back.
#17 of 112
A love affair is meaningful because of the sweetness that it fills you with.
#18 of 112
My mother set the ambience for me, without which I would not be what I am. Motherhood is not of biology but of unconditional Inclusion.
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When you are really in love, someone or something else is more important than you. Once that quality comes in you, growth will be easy.
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Love is not about somebody. Love is not some kind of act. Love is the way you are.
#21 of 112
Having expectations of others means you are trying to fix their lives. Fix your own life – that is freedom.
#22 of 112
If someone loves you because you are theirs, it is about you being their property. If someone loves you for who you are, you are fortunate.
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How beautifully you can relate to someone simply depends on your willingness, flexibility, and joyfulness.
#24 of 112
If you are in a state of reaction, anyone or anything can take charge of your life. Conscious response is the way forward.
#25 of 112
Whoever you meet, speak to them like it is the last time you may have that opportunity. It will transform your life.
#26 of 112
If you see that people are the way they are because of their limitations, you will strive to help them break their limitations, rather than judge them.
#27 of 112
The idea of marriage is to multiply the joy. Multiplying misery is a crime against Humanity.
#28 of 112
Whether you have anger, hatred, jealousy, or resentment against someone, essentially, it only works against you.
#29 of 112
What most people call love today is little more than a mutual benefit scheme. Love is an unconditional sweetness of emotion.
#30 of 112
The beauty of motherhood is not in reproduction but in inclusion – to experience another life as a part of yourself.
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If someone is hurting and it does not hurt you at all, that means you have forsaken your humanity.
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Using people and loving things – this is a complete misunderstanding of life. Things are for use. People are for love.