The Illusion of Relationships by Paul Lowe
I have recently heard of some people who are spending intimate time with
someone who is not their acknowledged partner.
I like to hear that. I love, love - even when it may ‘just’ be infatuation.
Anything better than the normal conflict - or even worse - apathy.
I see what we call ‘relationships’ as one of our most stuck and dishonest
states. Basic reproduction, and insecurity.
As I have oft mentioned, in actual fact, there is no such thing as a
relationship. Relationship presumes time - and there is no such thing as
time. Time is a mental illusion. There is only this very moment.
Also something I have expressed/am expressing many times -
I love to see people in love with each other. I love, love.
But what needs to be realised is, love is not exclusive.
Love is a vast expanse of delight - that includes - everyone and
everything. Maybe more focussed in one particular moment, but never
So ‘having an affair’ could be seen as a good start to being more honest.
Better still if shared with the partner.
(Strange thing isn’t it? - so many men share with their buddies that are
having an affair with a married woman, and are sure that their wife is not
doing so. So where are all these married woman coming from!)
Until we drop back into communal, sharing living, not likely we will be
I have visited such African communities and their level of happiness is
way, way beyond ours. And, they are not evolving.
Once again, we need a blending, a balance, harmony.
Suggesting, once again, to look at your own life - honestly.
Are you living your truth with your partner? And if not, how come?
Even if you do not feel to change, at least be more clear with your truth
- at least to your self.
And, as it is all an illusion - not to be taken too seriously.
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Wednesday, 26 October 2011 22:16
posted by Janay
A good many vaulables you've given me.