“Everywhere we see and hear people writing and talking that we are living in a life period where everything is faster. But no one tells you how to stop and give attention to your life and relationships.”
“When we have to fight for a person, in the early stages of dating, we are careful with messages and small gestures. When a relationship installs, we save in the messages. Isn’t very clear the last time two people exchanged a hug or a surprise. It isn’t that clear at times the last time they have said “I love you” to each other with the heart, not only with the mouth. And when we enter through this kind of routine of gestures in which, suddenly, the days seem to be all indifferent, we are falling apart from each other.”
“All hurt is founded on attachment to anything regardless of its nature. When we detach we vibrationally send ourselves back into the flow of life.”
― Dr. Jacinta Mpalyenkana, Ph.D, MBA
“Actions speak louder than words” If you or your partner’s primary love language is Acts of service, you or him/her might feel adoration by the things someone in an intimate relationship does for you. Your actions make your partner feel your love, and he/she appreciate those actions as one act of consistency or as an …
But now, here’s the definition of “breadcrumbing”: The act of sending out flirtatious, but non-committal text messages to members of the opposite sex in order to lure a sexual partner without expending much effort.
“Chocolate, I am sure, is the concrete manifestation of love” – Geneen Roth
One single gift acknowledged in gratefulness has the power to dissolve the ties of our alienation – David Steindl-Rast
Words have the ability to change life and materialize whatever we want. With words we can share with others our deep states of soul/mind. That’s the reason why we love so much literature and music. Words make we dream, and live one whole story like we were the characters.
“Never allow someone to be your priority while allowing yourself to be their option” – Mark Twain
“Do not take anything for granted—not one smile or one person or one rainbow or one breath, or one night in your cozy bed” Guillemots