at1with0 wrote:I have carefully manicured my (experience of) reality to be as peaceful as possible. Outside influences sure do occur but it's usually not a mystery as to what's going on and why. I am always looking for more answers and over the years have become skeptical that a human is going to give me my answers but, hell, who knows, right?
Well not everyone does good in keeping peaceful experiences and many of those people are very
loving. Why is that? Why do people love other people so much they end up driving themself nuts and everyone else around them?
These people have a hard time standing alone internally...internally they dislike being alone and they associate being alone with everything negative. So much that their relations with others cause them great pain and suffering. Bionic knows too much about this stuff. Eventually we have caused ourself enough
suffering to know better than to give more to others than what they can handle and we let
them experience our reality as they comfortably choose rather than trying to fight our way
in to peoples lives we begin to stand firm in our own as we were always meant to.
A lot of loving people suffer because they can't see their own reflections in equal depth to most life around them and this causes many misunderstanding of their experience. This suffering as a result is not to be thought of as deserving. The suffering is a result of truths being unknown that would liberate them- their suffering deserves nothing more than to end, and by accepting their own love for themselves as more than good enough. That is simple and yet most difficult for people.
Answers come to me all the time about many experiences in my life and in others, and yet most things I am incapable of sharing because I stand well in my own life and for others it is equally important that I do so.