I cringe when I think of all the times in the past when I would ask Steve, "What are you thinking?" I guess I should forgive myself because, back then, I didn't know what I do now. I didn't always suspect he was thinking about someone else . . . mostly, I was just worried he didn't look happy or that he didn't look interested in me.
Our human lifestyle has changed dramatically in the hundred and fifty years since the industrial revolution. We now spend more and more time away from our family, often working alone, rather than in the fields where men once worked all day alongside their fathers, and women at home with their mothers. Vital knowledge that was once passed down from generation to generation has been lost
“Do you give your best to the people close to you? Or do you expect them to accept your very worst? Do you display strength, patience and self control with those you love, making them feel safe and valued by you? Or do you expect your family to tolerate and support your weakest character traits (and exhaustion), while you give your best to your friends and your work? Is home even where you really want to be?"
What is love? And what is this emotion good for? Kim and Steve begin our journey here . . .
Is there any such thing as a soul mate? What attracts us at a soul level? Continue on with us to our next stop on the Love Boat Cruise
What is love as attachment? And why do we form these bonds?
The Love Boat Dashboard
There has been a lot said about gratitude in the last couple of years and it is certainly nice to see it back in fashion.
Jealousy can be a way that we get a warning when our relationships may be in danger from competition.
Well, our engines have stalled, it's dark out there and I'm afraid we have hit the doldrums of sadness and despair . . .