April 30, 2009
Why are we, or why am I so scared of my true self? Well, because it has great power, it is beautiful. But we, in the western world, are not used to know our true self, we do not know how to deal with it or act in the way of our true self. I guess there are a few people who know their true self. We get no lessons in being our true self.
It looks like we get only lessons in not being our true self, we are busy all day, so we have no time to think about what we -truely- feel. We are busy making money and spending the same money. We live in a world that almost fully turns about money. Money is making your view cloudy, you can see no longer clear. You want to posess things, which you think will make you happy. But when you have it, you already find something else that you want and will make you happy, so you have no time to be happy with the thing you just got, you already want something new, so when will you be happy?
April 30, 2009
Love comes in many forms. If the person we love does something we think he or she does that to hurt us. Or maybe we don’t think that, but we are hurt by the way the persons acts. But if we look deeply, we will see that the person loves you, but maybe does that in another way than we expect, so we are hurt by the actions of the person. Will the person you love hurt you on purpose? I think not. I think the way we love is difficult to read, and because we often think different, we do not understand.
For example, when I fight with my husband about, I don’t no the dishes, the fight is very often not about the dishes, but about the fact I think he is telling by not doing the dishes he does not care about things that are important to me. That is not what he wants to say to me by doing that, that is what the voice in my head tells me if you listen very, very good. That is what truely happens. When I know I can say: Darling I feel that the things are important to me are not important to you and I feel hurt by that. (That is very different than: why didn’t you do dishes?! I asked you, you said yes and now you didn’t do it!)