The Meaning of Relationships

As I embark on this next journey in my life, I can’t help but think about what it means, or what it should mean to be in a relationship. Marriage isn’t two souls becoming one. We are already one with everyone (That is my spiritual belief anyway). It isn’t about owning someone as in, I am yours and you are mine. It’s about experiencing yourself through another human. Whether it’s in a marriage, or between lovers, friends, family or even enemies, we are choosing them for a specific experience within ourselves. We should look at all our relationships and ask ourselves, “Is this who I want to be?”

Can you say, “I love who I am when I am with you?”

8 thoughts on “The Meaning of Relationships

  1. Great point. It does make a difference whether we can be ourselves and like ourselves in a relationship. But we often do not start off thinking that way… and that is when things can go pear-shaped.

  2. Reblogged this on Notes and commented:
    Can you say, β€œI love who I am when I am with you?”

    I love this question. Because if I am not me with anyone, then there’s no relationship, its only her or only me. When there are two people together in a relationship and they become totally themselves, uninhibited, fearless, intertwined into each other and dancing with the whole universe around them, then yes, this is who I love when I am with someone so special.

      1. You’re welcome Tiffany. I am new on your blog and look forward to reading more of your awesome posts πŸŒΉπŸ‘

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