Recently during one live stream, we were talking with our beautiful community about being upfront with things, saying the truth as it is and not manipulating people. The goal was to find a way to be assertive enough with our needs and wants, instead of trying to make people guess.
There is something I really admire in men (among many other things) and it is their natural ability to tell the truth. They want children or not? They are going to clearly. They see you as a one night stand or as the women they could marry? Well, not all of them will say it upfront but their behavior will be crystal clear.
Do you think we could get inspired by the divine masculine quality to first be clear with what it is we want and second to ask men direct questions so we know where they stand! And we can move in life accordingly! What do you think my friend my sister?
I was so in love that when it ended, I felt as if I was a broken glass on the floor, shattered into one million pieces.
I couldn’t breathe, I couldn’t understand.
Out of the blue, I met someone who seemed like God in the disguise of a man. What he did was simply to hold me in his arms for a few hours. With infinite patience and tenderness. The sweetest thing ever.
I was not the same person before and after. His warmth transferred positive energy from his body to mine.
It felt as if he had taken each little piece of broken glass and mended everything together so I could feel whole again.
His dark green eyes and the words he said to me will remain forever in my mind. Honestly I will remember this moment until the end of my life.
Although the chemistry between us was through the roof, the compatibility was zero because he was married. So I did not give him my surname, my number, the promise to see him again, nothing.
I will never see him again and this is fine by me. It was not meant to be.
This magical moment had only one purpose: to bring me back to life, to remind me of who I was despite the hurt.
I am so grateful. This is a true miracle.
My friend my sister, never underestimate the impact you can have on another person’s life. This man saved me with his kindness, love and respect.
I have so many good things to say about men. I admire them and I respect them so much.
There is one thing in particular that most men do naturally: they protect us. This is a magnificent thing for men, but I do not want my son to feel the need to protect me. I want him to live his life as the child he is, as carefree as possible.
He was approaching half of his personal century. With teary eyes he confided in me that his regret was to not be married to a woman he was in love with. Indeed, he was living with a woman who was chosen by his parents for him.
However, he had been married to another woman before. She was a magnificent Italian woman. They separated but kept in touch and still see each other twice a year.
He told me that he had even more respect for her now. She was like a sister to him now.
What an amazing way to talk about an ex. What a beautiful illustration of the divine masculine.