Why does love fail to bring human beings the happiness and fulfilment they expect?
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09/30/2012 08:09 PM
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"Why does love fail to bring human beings the happiness and fulfilment they expect? Because they are not aware of everything that comes into play the moment they meet. A man and woman are introduced to each other: they discover they have certain things in common, and after a while, they decide to live together. They believe that in doing so they will fill the void they feel within them. No, because this attraction that propels them towards one another is not a superficial need that is easily satisfied but the manifestation of a cosmic phenomenon that relates first of all to their soul and spirit. That is why, before a man and woman come together on the physical level, they must first meet on high in the divine world, in the world of light. It is this condition that must be fulfilled in order for them to find plenitude; this plenitude which will produce creations of astounding beauty in every part of their being."Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10431447
Love brings purification.
People don't expect it.
The bliss of meeting goes into digging up all the ego shit.
That's actually a good thing, unless it goes unrecognized.
And unless the process is not understood.
If it goes unrecognized, and the process is not understood, then each partner takes their own ego shit and projects it onto the other person.
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