Fire and Ice

How can it be that the people we love most drive us most crazy at times? Dr. Harville Hendrix claims that our life partner usually has at least one personality trait that has bothered us or still bothers us in one of our parents as well (Getting the Love You Want, 1988). But why are we annoyed by exactly this trait? Phyllis Krystal always taught us in her seminars, that we picked our parents ourselves before incarnation, because we wanted to learn something specific. The lesson goes on with the life partner, as it would appear from the teachings of the both above mentioned authors. Whatever the...
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Love Is …

Love is an unexpected morning greeting. It’s birds on the same branch meeting. Love is a soft melody sung in a pair. Love is being strict but fair. Love is a perfumed letter with a passionate message. Love is seeking to one’s heart a secret passage. Love is finding a way through a rough patch. Love is tolerating socks that don’t match. Love is a patient yearning. It’s also a desire like a furnace burning. Love is breaking up and making up. It’s also self-defense and standing up. Love is the heart’s higher learning. Love is making the armistice and not the fight...
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Old and New Definition of a Strong Person

As I have perceived it, the old definition of a strong person would be something like this: A strong personality has someone, who is stubborn, who prefers to give orders to obeying them, somebody, who is not easily brought to tears. Yet, times change and the New Age, in my opinion, calls for a new definition. One reads about the new human being often enough in all kinds of texts. I will try to sum up, what I have come up with so far. And I will be really glad to hear your comments. A strong person in the New Age would be somebody compassionate and humble enough to forgive. Here I must stress that...
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Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

May the New Year be your best friend! With the begin of 2016 the trouble may end! May you always get off on the right foot! May all prospects be a ‘CAN’ and not ‘COULD’! May your sparkling health serve you good! And may your soul always find the right food! Take care, Helena Smole, author of: – a fantasy novel with romance Vivvy and Izzy the Dwarf: A series about relationships – Balancing the Beast, a book offering a bright view of schizoaffective disorder ˗ bipolar or manic-depressive type ...
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