Saturday, January 14, 2012

Relationship 101: Feelings

And so there are things you can do when you react with pain and hurt to what another is being, saying, or doing.  The first is to admit honestly to yourself and to another exactly how you are feeling.  This many of you are afraid to do, because you think it will make you “look bad.”  Somewhere deep inside of you, you realize that it probably is ridiculous for you to “feel that way.”   It probably is small of you.  You are “bigger than that.”  But you can’t help it.  You still feel that way.

There is only one thing you can do. You must honor your feelings.  For honoring your feelings means honoring your Self.  And you must love your neighbor as you love yourself.  How can you ever expect to understand and honor the feelings of another if you cannot honor the feelings within your Self?

                                                                                 Neale Donald Walsch

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  1. Welcome to Exploring with a Camera! I'm so happy to have you joining in. This is a gorgeous example of a silhouette, it brings such a peaceful feeling to me.

    1. Many thanks, Kat, for having me in your marvelous site. There's so much to learn from you and I intend to participate regularly.

  2. Gorgeous photo! I love how the tree frames the couple!

  3. Beautiful photo, such an amazing sense of tranquility. Love those overhanging palm trees and the calm stillness of the water.