Relationships Committed Relationships: Way
More Useful than Rocket Science
Man-woman relationships - the truth
Unlike any other age that has come before us, we
live in an era of progress.
We’ve learned how to fly, to drive, to build, to
invent and create the most incredible technical
advancements ever known.
Perhaps a hundred years ago…two hundred years
ago, humans would have looked at what we are now
and wished to see such a day in time; perhaps
they would have watched in amazement at how far
our generation has come in wiping out the
plague, polio and, well, walking on the moon.
Still, one does have to wonder what our
ancestor’s would have thought of modern
relationships…marriages; would they question why
so many of them crash and burn within only a few
years’ time, despite being surrounded in modern
convenience and evolvements.
Being born of such a generation I can’t help but
wonder the same thing. It’s hard for me
not to ask how a generation’s whose IQ rises
higher each and every decade seems to be
struggling so horridly with keeping a mate long
Man-woman relationships Upgrading Love
Albert Einstein is remembered as being one of
the most brilliant thinkers of our time,
ushering in new thought in quantum physics and
molecular manipulation that had never been
thought of before; yet, did you know his love
life wasn’t quite so aspiring.
Einstein could never commit to one love, having
numerous affairs throughout his married life.
He was known for stating that each time he
thought he had found paradise it would change.
Knowing this, we can easily equate that the
skill of love has little to do with brains or
Not So Fast...
Sure, intelligence in itself may have little to
do with choosing a proper mate or staying with
the person we have chosen, but still, I find
more than anything else, succeeding in love does
require great amounts of choice thinking.
What am I talking about? I’m talking about
the grass is greener on the other side bit; I’m
talking about perspective and how horribly our
current love prospect can become dirtied in our
eyes…inferior…no longer the catch.
Love is starving for endurance…it is hungry for
powerful pursuit and unshakable seizing.
It is what every great love story is gushing
over with and yet our society has lost its
purpose all together…love’s purpose.
The Haves and Haves Not
Love, in its purest most powerful raw form, is
fighting for someone when nobody else will.
Romantic love was never meant to be an exchange
program or a system for upgrade when the current
lover no longer gives us what we think we
No, a romantic lover was meant to help us slay
our inner dragons when all others have abandoned
us. A romantic lover is meant to stand
beside through the darkest storms…a companion
linked beside us like our own right arm.
Romantic love is made to bring us the greatest
gift the world has to offer, and gives us the
opportunity to bring the same. Love.
No human being can force another to love, can
steel love, kill love, silence love or demand
Love can only be given and is by far the
greatest weapon we possess within us.
Choosing to fight for our partner, not in a
pitying way but in a passionate way is awesomely
beautiful and only grows in power with time when
Maybe it’s time we stop exercising what we think
we desire and start fueling the flames of the
passion already within our arms.
Love is so intoxicating when fought for…
Let’s start fighting again and rediscover one of
our greatest powers…