Like the mellow rays of the departing sun, it falls tenderly, yet sadly, on the heart. Depends how loud you shut it.
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How much good inside a day? Depends how good you live 'em. How much love inside a friend? Depends how much you give 'em. I'm glad for that. As in filling a vessel drop by drop, there is at last a drop which makes it run over; so in a series of kindnesses there is at last one which makes the heart run over. Friends are all we have to get us through this life-and they are the only things from this world that we could hope to see in the next. Peter "Every friendship travels at sometime through the black valley of despair.
This tests every aspect of your affection.
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You lose the attraction and the magic. Your sense of each other darkens and your presence is sore. If you can come through this time, it can purify with your love, and falsity and need will fall away.
Is Not What You Are but Who You Become That Matters
It will bring you onto new ground where affection can grow again. Can you enjoy those moments of life that are utterly simple? Both what you inherited and what you grow to be. Your choices define your true identity. Look at the list your created to describe who you are. Do you see inconsistencies or contradictions?
Traditionally, our society viewed our identity as something linear. Thus, focusing on the most superficial layers. To understand the world, we must learn to see the different shades of grey. Your identity is not black and white. You are not betraying yourself if your behaviors are no longer consistent with your beliefs. Have you lost clarity on what you stand for? Our identity is fluid: I used to think that trust was lost once it was broken. When one layer takes over our entire identity, we lose contact with our true-self. Your identity should guide you, not imprison you.
Beliefs are assumptions we hold to be true. They arise from learned experiences, resulting from the cultural and environmental situations we have faced. But do those beliefs help you make wise choices? Take religion for example. The purpose of the practice of religion is to achieve the goals of salvation for oneself and others.
If we are all on a journey to the same destination, why attack others because they take a different road to get there? Defending our beliefs blind us: Even a fool can teach you wisdom. Learn from those who think differently. Your identity changes shape, it evolves. You are not just your beliefs but all your layers.
Is Not What You Are But Who You Become That Matters
But, most importantly, be open for some layers to change through time. I was born and raised Catholic. But, at some point, those beliefs limited my potential as human being. I felt that some of the principles contradicted the nature of the religion should be about e.
This idea damages our self-worth. Starting with a clean slate helps build our self-esteem. Self-appreciation can kill or break a person. When I abandoned Catholicism, I started exploring other faiths. But something was missing. My behavior felt like simply opposition rather than a choice.
Reconnect with your true self
After years of reading and meditating, Buddhism became my choice. And helped me become more acceptant of others. I consider Buddhism a more inviting and comprehensive spiritual practice. It helps pursue and build your inner goodness. Buddhism is to spirituality what self-organization is to management. They believe in the oneness of all the great religions. This temple promotes openness: You are in control.
Our identity is fluid, not rigid. Neuroscience supports the Buddhist notion that our self is continuously changing. As Evan Thompson, a philosophy of mind professor at the University of British Columbia, as cited by Quartz demonstrated: Who you are, changes over time. The notion of self in Buddhism is more complex: