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Why Love Hazelnuts? PDF Print E-mail

As I started this website dedicated to Love, Pure and Unconditional which goes far and beyond romantic love, I still believe the love between two human beings is one of the most Divine things ever experienced.

There is a powerful and special energy that arises between two people who are in love. For those who can sense that it feels like a warm cocoon of radiant glowing energy, sublime and irresistible. It is said in ancient scriptures, when such a powerful connection is created between two souls coming together, with pure love in their hearts, the energy that springs forth has the power to create universes.

Last Updated on Friday, 30 September 2011 21:49
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Friendship PDF Print E-mail

Friendship

Oh, the comfort —
the inexpressible comfort of feeling safe with a person —
having neither to weigh thoughts nor measure words,
but pouring them all right out,
just as they are,
chaff and grain together;
certain that a faithful hand will take and sift them,
keep what is worth keeping,
and then with the breath of kindness blow the rest away.



~by Dinah Maria Mulock Craik

A beautiful verse talking about the intimacy we share with someone... about the freedom of being real, being who we really are, not hiding our self ...what a precious gift: true intimacy :) ❤

Last Updated on Friday, 30 September 2011 23:52
 
Om paramar mainamar PDF Print E-mail

Hugh Jackman with wife Deborrah in India - image from wiki

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"Om paramar mainamar" in Sanskrit, translated as "we dedicate our union to a greater source" - is the inscription on the wedding ring personally designed by Hugh Jackman for his bride Deborra-Lee Furness. Hugh is 13 year younger being born on 1968 while Deborrah was born on 1955; the couple married on April 11, 1996. They had 2 miscarriages and after that they adopted 2 children. 
Hugh and Deborra met through work when Jackman landed his first major professional job, the show lasted only one season yet Hugh said: "Meeting my wife was the greatest thing to come out of it".

(accounts of real life love stories)

Last Updated on Wednesday, 14 September 2011 14:47
 
Loving care PDF Print E-mail

‎"What does it for a woman?

Sexual drive is awesome, seeing that hungry desire in your man, in his eyes, hearing it in his words, in the warmth of his voice, in the hunger of his hands reaching for you frantically...

However what really does it for a woman is in his nurturing and care when she is down and low when she is powerless and vulnerable ...seeing his affection as would be for a beloved child, seeing him forgetting himself and his bodily needs in his urgency to make you feel safe, secure, protected in your vulnerable state... to make you feel that you matter, that your well-being is the most important thing in the Universe for him in that very moment. 

And that can start with something as simple as him making a cup of tea for you, bringing a cup of water, fixing your pillows so you are more comfortable, or simply just holding you with affectionate love. 

How can he do this when he is at a distance and you are a phone call away? or a chat window away? Very easy: inquiring into her state for the purpose of showing you care for her well-being. How?
First 'listen' - she is in a vulnerable state and may want to tell you in details how she feels, or she may be too exhausted to chat so is good for you to gently ask her such questions - this shows interest and care. 
How about those verbal cues? 
"Awww my dear, wish I was there and help make you feel comfortable. Did you took anything? 
"Can you make yourself some tea? Please make sure you drink, hydrate yourself." 
"Would you like to talk or you want me to let you rest."
"Get some rest please if you can, I will be here, I will let my chat window on in case you need anything..." 

...and other sweet things as such... basically summing it all up "Be there" - and so your way into a woman's heart starts - such is the road opened towards that binding intimacy... when a man forgets himself and his needs because he cares so much for you." 

from "Talks on intimacy with a very good friend." ~ Laura LM

 
The loyalty of Love PDF Print E-mail

‎"Loving someone in a way that transcends their apparent sins and mistakes is really the only love there is; that courage for the sake of a friend is how we measure the breadth and depth of our care and compassion; that the simplest is often the most profound; that even good people will suffer and struggle and go through a dark night of the soul..... because they care and not because they have 'brought it upon themselves'. "

 

~ David Jon Peckinpaugh


Last Updated on Wednesday, 31 August 2011 15:14
 
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