Give me wings to fly and reasons to stay

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November 15, 2020

To really love means to love so that the other feels totally free to be. 

Love is not a boat that needs to be anchored. That means you should let love go and release it, Of course, this is easier said than done, but the reward is absolutely worth the effort.

We must free ourselves from the self-made slavery that keeps us small, tiny, and relate from a place of scarcity.

A relationship is initially built on love, but at the same time reasons for separation can slowly be garnered.

Although building a rewarding and fulfilling relationship that’s rooted in love is not always easy, it depends on whether both people maintain the habit of stretching, grooming, and cleaning their wings often. Sometimes it may even mean flying away. In other words, there should be no coercion or restraint, just total freedom.

Sometimes our wings get complacent and lazy and adjust to the habit of having a life partner. 

We adjust to the familiarity that the routine gives us, and eventually relax to a point where it becomes monotonous, mundane.

It’s easy to take someone or something that’s always there for granted.

The monotony leads to boredom and apathy, and eventually, we lose interest and forget how to use the wings to fly and soar with our trifts gifts

Sometimes our wings are already injured and that’s why it hurts to fly. 

They may have become damaged during domestication and captivity or beaten against our indifference while fluttering desperately, and then they are unusable for extended periods of time in space

We can apologize however we want, but there is probably no justification for not flying. In this context, a couple should help each other to encourage each other to spread their wings, broaden their horizons and find the treasure at the end of the rainbow, and enjoy the view of the world from above the mountaintop.

It’s more beautiful up here.

Free and healthy relationships are dynamic and always changing.

To put down roots means to nourish feelings, give them water and air to breathe.

That is, if we want a strong and stable relationship, then we have to stretch our wings in search of food and nourishment so that they can stay strong and healthy and keep on growing.

Otherwise, our roots will not get the nutrients they need to live and love will eventually rot and wither away.

Nourish love while flying

In order to bring balance into a relationship, we have to gather reasons to stay by practicing our flying patterns.

But watch out, collecting motifs isn’t the same as stacking things in the basement. 

Collecting motifs means nourishing every moment that helps keep the fire of love and joy, every laugh and every gesture alive and vibrant like a beating heart.

It means moving into the essence of the present moment.

Just as we use our hopes and dreams to bring joy as fertilizers to plant the seeds of love, so too we must support our own choices and persevere in order to sustain real, everlasting love and intimacy.

So let us allow our love to set us free and allow the seeds to flourish and sprout freely. 

Let us allow our wings to enjoy flying and offer our help and support to the other in reciprocity. 

In short, the choice of where to put our roots should be free, and our wings alive, so that they shine with excitement and also bring us the confidence to keep flying together. 

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About the author


My name is Dale Hoskins. My intention is to help accompany you to develop your highest potential as a human being, and to fully express your true gifts in this world. This will lead to a more embodied and fulfilled life, that's characterized by love, joy and a deep sense of ease and peace, for you and for all other sentient beings.

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