Love, Relationships and our Reasons we go into Them.

“If you both agree at a conscious level that the purpose of your relationship is to create an opportunity, not an obligation—- an opportunity for growth, for full Self expression, for lifting your lives to their highest potential, for healing every false thought or small idea you ever had about you,………if you take that vow instead of the vows you’ve been taking—the relationship has begun on a very good note. It’s gotten off on the right foot. That’s a very good beginning. “

“As I’ve said before, most people still enter relationships for the “wrong” reasons–to end loneliness, fill a gap, bring themselves love, or someone to love–and those are some of the better reasons. Others do so to salve their ego, end their depressions, improve their sex life, recover from a previous relationship, or, believe it or not, to relieve boredom. None of these reasons will work, and unless something dramatic changes along the way, neither will the relationship.”

~Neale Donald Walsch; Conversations with God: An Uncommon Dialogue

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