Jackie (Login BlueJudah) Sufi Posted Aug 19, 2010 2:05 AM
Oh yes, now I get you!
I wonder if I had actual experience of this. Years back my hubby and I get almost a second away from parting waves. Really, that close.
For some reason I don't remember, all of a sudden, we both sat down and took a hard look at our partnership. We could see where we were doing each other injustices, the takins for granted, the less and less time of spending together, DOING things together rather than just watching tv together...
We learned to give each other enough space and concentrated more on what we BOTH enjoyed and made sure we made plenty of time for those things.
So we could enjoy our 'indvidual' selves, yet unite and strengthen the bonds by Special Times and Moments.
Yes, I know being 'in love' means we can be together and not NEED to speak, ('just being together is enough' - maybe ), but I think little intense, concentrated togetherness now and again sure makes for a meaningful and understanding connectiveness.
I have probably gone way of track here.
"People tend to "get out of your way" because of your keen intention...."