Here's another thing -- receiving generously a gift of authentic love has nothing to do with deserving. It's called unconditional love for a reason. That love that embraces us, even when we mess up. This love surpasses our calculations of right and wrong.
Not only is it important to be aware that treating others the way we would like to be treated is morally the right thing to do, it is just as important to understand that for every one of our actions, there is an equal and opposite reaction that we draw toward ourselves.
I don't find it greater to give than receive. When we receive something, we make it possible for others to give. And as I, with the help of others, am getting better and better at being a service to myself, I'm able to help more people around me.
I think we could all learn something significant from dogs regarding the nature of not just giving, but receiving. There seems to sufficient conversation around the need to be a good giver, and appropriately so, but there is little talk about the other end of the stick.
In this vlog I teach you the power of stillness and receptivity. The purpose of this message is to guide you to know when to take action and when to be still. You'll come to understand that stillness is sometimes the greatest action.
But I think it's more than just the pills and the lubricants that make sex in our second half such a wonderful activity. Our Elders have finally figured it out--and they're having the best sex of their lives.