I miss you – only now that you’re not with me

Have you ever found yourself being selfless and loving and wanting? But only from a distance. When you’re with that supposed special person, you seem to realize there was never really nothing special about them after all. Yet you miss them only when they’re not with you.

What’s that called? … More I miss you – only now that you’re not with me

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Familiar Stranger: Intro

Familiar is defined as something or someone well known from long or close association.

Who is a stranger?

The phenomenon of the “stranger” is the unity of liberation and the fixation of space. A stranger is someone who comes today and stays tomorrow rather than a person who comes today and is gone tomorrow. Get it? Otherwise, they wouldn’t be strangers if you see them only for a day and then no more. Those are acquaintances. It all comes down to distance really. Someone who is close to you is really far way and someone who is far from you is actually close by. Strangers can be close to us to an extent if we share a connection with each other. Our human nature brings us together so to say, it holds similar pattern of activities. … More Familiar Stranger: Intro

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Appreciating the times

There’s always always ALWAYS something to be grateful for.

Life is made of time and chance. It is what you do with yourself, the good times you share with family and loved one, the memories you create that stay with you forever, the joys and the sorrows, the laughter and the tears, the victories and struggles, the wins and losses. Really, isn’t that beautiful?

We might not have it all and good all the time but when you sit to reflect on how one or more of these situations have made you a better person, a tougher person, more resilient, driving you to achieve purpose, you will find that there is always, always something to be grateful for.

In the spirit of Thanksgiving! … More Appreciating the times

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The irony of your song

So, what do you want to do?
I’m here
I’m patiently waiting on you
There’s something wrong with me
Every time I think of you
I’m addicted to the way I feel
Every time I’m alone with you
You keep talking about you loving me
Saying sweet words to me
Sharing romantic songs of love
Why don’t we stop talking?
Cause you keep telling me this and telling that
You say once I’m with you, I’ll never go back
You say there’s a lesson that you want to teach
Well here I am baby,
Practice what you preach.
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The Pusher

It’s generally advised that women should marry men who love more than they do and I heard it again today. “When you marry someone who loves you more, he’s able to carry on your relationship when every other thing seem to weigh you down”. Children, career, chores, family and every other thing that will demand attention and can be overwhelming. Women, generally, have the tendency to snap if not properly managed and this is when it is most appreciated when you have a man who loves you enough to be patient with you, a man who will not criticize you, a man who will appreciate your efforts, a man who wants to relieve you as much as possible so that he can enjoy the best of you. This will only happen if you marry a man who loves more in the relationship.

So what happens when a woman loves more?

I suppose women have the capacity to love more naturally. They care more, pamper, give attention and love naturally. No wonder women are often The Pusher in a marriage.

Who is a pusher and what is the role of a pusher in a relationship? My definition – A pusher is the one who is determined to sustain a relationship or marriage. It is the person who gives more, communicates more, makes more effort, holds up more, forgives more, loves more, and endures more. … More The Pusher

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