Happy Sunday, MY LOVES!!!! ❤ I am finally back after taking a few weeks to move into my new place, and I am starting to feel like my normal self again! 😊 This transition has given me so much time to think, to purge my mind and my belongings too. And I am so excited for this chapter, and what it will bring ✨
After years, it feels soooo good to have the SPACE to do the things that I love! #thankful I will be getting started with new FLOWERS and RECIPES, and of course, I will share it all with you 😍 sending you all of the love and good vibes on this Sunday! ❤ #thankful#blessed#grateful#sunday#coffeelover
So, the question is NOT
Are you intelligent? But, how are you intelligent
Our degree of mental aptitude or the perception of our intelligence is what our early education drilled into us( weather we believe we are smart or stupid ). The education systems scholars, intellects and teachers will often place certain types of intelligences on a pedestal while ignoring the types. (which the greater percentage of us actually fit into ) 👇🏻
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Being in a romantic relationship isn't always romantic. In fact, we could argue that once the initial romance settles, that's where the true strength of the relationship shines through. When it is no longer just about passion, lust or infatuation, but about a deeper connection and meaningful friendship. The ancient Greek philosophers often talked about this deep connection between friends, "philia", when it came to love.
Being a team means making choices and decisions from a joint perspective. Thinking of "us" and not just "me" and "you". Having a family. Working together in collaboration. And what better time of year than the holidays to remind ourselves of this? When it comes to gift giving, making plans of where to celebrate, or how to celebrate, are you thinking from "us" or "me"?
So long lasting love requires us to form a team with our partner. To build a bond which can stand the test of time and help us turn towards each other rather than away from each other in the face of hardship. Because life is hard, so love is hard.