The Relationship Acts 


Recently,  I’ve been trying to figure out what the core definition of a relationship is

▪️ It is the act of surrendering your ego – any conversation where the ego takes the front seat is bound to end up in a fight.

▪️It is the act of letting go of fear; the fear of failure – “what if I fall? Oh darling, but what if you fly”
▪️It is the act of trusting the universe; that the other person is here to help us become a better person by reflecting our own flaws through their own behaviour.

▪️It is a test of living in the moment; often times we reminisce about the past or get stuck planning the future. It is moments like these when you lose sight of what’s important – the feeling the person standing in front of you at that exact time and place gives you. 

▪️It is an act of courage; to hate/to run away is easy, but to love with all your walls down is an act only for the brave. 

▪️ It is an act of reciprocity; respect and love is a two way street. You must give to receive. Anything one sided never works

◽️None of the above are acts, because they must come naturally and consciously to us.

◽️▪️ Every single day, the above elements are tested. And Every single day we make a choice: To allow our opponent to fill our mind with fear or to allow our souls to navigate us —

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