The purpose of a relationship.


The purpose of relationship may not be what you think. If you are excited about forming a relationship based on what it looks like you can get, rather than what you can give, you have started off on the wrong foot entirely, and you could be heading for a big disappointment. The purpose of all relationships is to create a sacred context within which you can express the fullness of who you are. And who you are is an experience you have before you enter relationship, not because you did.”
— Neale Donald Walsch

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7 Comments

  1. I’ll take that…meaning I believe the same..I don’t enter relationships ever excpecting to get, but wanting to give what I have to offer..

  2. Amen! If you can’t be honest and share where you’ve been and what happened in your past in full honesty, it’s a hopeless cause. Don’t waste time on someone who doesn’t care enough about you to listen. Even though we like to believe that the past doesn’t impact our future, in many circumstances . . . the past defines who we have become.

  3. We can open up to another about ourselves, the only risk is if they choose to stick around or not..our past is just that a past, I’ve been condemned b4 by someone I thought would understand…I should have known right then to back away..I would have saved myself 8 years of misery..if they can not except your past, idk..everyone is different..

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