The ones who cannot love us back are those that remind us that we are worthy of love. They show us all the insecure parts of ourselves that we must embrace.
Excessive and superficial social media use is conditioning you to ask for the permission of others to live your own life.
Children are not an obligation or a necessity or a solution. They are beautiful gifts from God or nature or whatever faith you believe in.
Truly secure people don’t explain why they want respect; they simply remove their attention from those that don’t deserve it.
If we become totally obsessed with chasing after something, it keeps running away. This is because we are looking for what we can take from it, rather than what we can give to it.
A slight bruise to your ego is a small price to pay for something as beautiful, rare and worthy as love.
I used to think that there was nothing worse than death, but it seems as if we fear our loneliness much more than dying.
Karmic relationships do not respect healthy boundaries in their partners. They serve only their own self-interest and needs.
It’s strange how we think that we can find ourselves. As if the essence of our beings could fit into words of familiar languages. The truth is that we are as vast as our untapped potential, as big as the sun and stars, and as wild as the universal spirit of life.
They’re very good at judging others and pulling them down, but almost incapable of seeing faults in themselves. They’re in denial of their own weaknesses, and are not willing to admit that they’re human and less than perfect just like everyone else.