Never-ending Cycle.

Via elephant journal
on Jul 14, 2011
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The Samsara of Relationships.

We don’t have to be jerks. We can hold our own and remember that we want to be someone we respect. We have to live with ourselves, ultimately. Our own morals are just that: the armor that protects the sanctity of who we are. Act like a jerk, you lose yourself. Life’s too short to be selfish:

Bonus round:

Love is Selfish.

What Will Make Any Long Term Relationship Work.

Buddhist Weddings.

And… > This is what True Love is, and isn’t.


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5 Responses to “Never-ending Cycle.”

  1. Kali says:

    we love to make things so complex for why we aren't the best version of ourselves… your wonderful and simple words sum it all up… cheers! I really enjoy this one 🙂

  2. […] recently saw a post in elephant journal ( that hit the nail on the head of how I chose to live my life, with regard to all relationships I […]

  3. […] were to be born, then live without craving, he would die not to arise again. There will not be any samsara, a round of birth and death. I feel that plants, which are not so evolved like animals, do not […]

  4. Harleigh Quinn says:

    Apparently I have been doing it wrong.
    I need to be the nice guy that turns into the asshole when effed over by the supposedly nice girl that turns into at bitch and effs up my life.
    In the future, I will learn to be an asshole. 😉

  5. Ann Koeffler says:

    Very good Harleigh but stay as sweet of you are!