I got to watch some interesting videos today
This one on is about looking at desire from a place of selfishness rather than selfless love for the partner in a long term relationship.
I love how she explains that we need to cross over to the other side and watch this person in his/her fully glory and radiance rather than think of them as an extension of your own. If this is a sort of erotic intelligence, we can all learn it too.
Nithya Shanti says he hasn’t come across a better story than this.. And i believe it too
Back after a hiatus to post what has enchanted me enough to store it as a memory here.
Just finished watching an incredible movie – Ship of Theseus
Esp loved this chant
Learnt a damn cool phrase today.. Emotional Correctness
Its not her ethinicity/disability that attracts me, its her spirit.. she draws you into her spirit.. laughing along..
A short informative and useful video series which shows how emotions work in our psyche. the gifts they bring and the questions we need to ask to understand their purpose.
Always lurrrrve Karla McLaren‘s interpretations.
This is what i call making the most of a problem.
Immaculate data collection of needs and wants which is sometimes difficult to calculate.
What i loved the most was how she derived her own model and got the result (in this case, soulmate) she wanted..
Regressive Indian Laws !!
“It (Indian Supreme Court) just told the world, the United Nations and the western media that while predators, rapists and the corrupt roam our streets freely, law enforcers with handcuffs dangling from their waists in the largest democracy will be on the lookout for adults who wish to have consensual “unnatural sex”. It just reminded the world that India is an intolerant and regressive state where liberal opinions are not welcome and modernity is a facade.”
For now, wisdom seems to come only out of the mouth of babes
Marriage Equality for Kids: The True Story of Central Park Zoo’s Gay Penguin Family, Illustrated (Click to read entire story)
I’m always used to silver lining theproblems of other people and mine too.
Sometimes things are as bad as they seem. And a sympthathetic response doesnt help. Instead we need to feel the pain along with the loved one, give them a bear hug and thank them for letting you know. Thats all.
Someone on FB responded with another video emphasizing this again