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Friday, May 30, 2008

Erti Kasih Sayang

Erti Kasih Sayang

Pernahkah kita terfikir, kasih sayang yang kita berikan apakah ukuran yang boleh kita bandingkan. Tidak bukan?

Pernahkah kita terfikir, adakah kita sudah berikan kasih sayang yang sama apa yang telah kita terima.

Pernahkah kita terfikir, bahawa kasih sayang adalah tindakan dua pihak, yang memberi juga mahu menjadi penerima.

Apabila sudah sekian lama dikasihi, pernahkah kita terfikir, sudahkah cukup kita memberi apa yang telah diterima.

Harapan seorang yang mengasihi adalah mahu dikasihi kembali.
Harapan seorang yang menyayangi agar sentiasa turut disayangi kembali.
Ciuman kasih sayang perlu ada balasan.
Pelukan perlu ada pengertian.

Jangan biarkan kesedihan, jangan biarkan kesunyian.

Besar ertinya apabila ciuman diberi tanpa diminta.
Besar ertinya ucapan kasih sayang diucapkan bagai lama tidak berjumpa.
Besar ertinya gengaman tangan erat tanpa dilupa.

Sudahkan anda melakukannya pagi ini pada insan yang anda sayang...

Fikirkan sejenak. Insan yang kita sayang, entah esok entah lusa, entah hari ini, boleh pergi buat selamanya ...
Jangan jadi penyesalan ...


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Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Author : Candace Talmadge

True love. Most of us search high and low for true love in that one ideal relationship. We struggle over it and with it, yearn for it, craft books, music, and poems about it—all without a clear understanding of what we seek or why we want it so desperately.

We’re not even sure what love is. How do we define it? The definition of love is as unique and as varied as every individual who experiences it. That’s a big part of the problem. Love feels different for each person. So how do we tell if the one we love actually returns the favor? After all, our loved one may offer us love that does not quite feel like what we know as love.

To clear up at least some of the confusion, let us establish a basic definition for true love. The truest, purest love is unconditional. Such love is also the simplest form of love because it has no hooks, no standards, no expectations, no conditions attached to it whatsoever. No complications, no hidden clauses or agendas, no restraints or exceptions.

Unconditional love is true love, and unconditional love is healing and uplifting—the ultimate source of all life. True/unconditional love sustains and nurtures life, joy, peace, and freedom. That is why we look so hard for true love. Deep in our souls, we long to be free, loved, and secure.

The very simplicity of unconditional/true love is also the source of its power. Lacking all limitations, unconditional love is limitless and endless. Unconditional love is simply another way of saying God, the infinite, the divine, the source, known by many names. Every major religion, in fact, asserts that God is love.

Unconditional love—God in other words—is so simple that most of us find it very suspicious if not downright impossible to understand or accept. We’re certain there has to be a catch somewhere, just as we’re convinced that some people, somehow and in some way, have done something so horrible or unforgiveable that they no longer merit God’s or anyone else’s love.

Do we damn child abusers? What about terrorists who cause death on a mass scale? Do we condemn corporate polluters? Illegal drug users? Homosexuals? Christian fundamentalists? Those of differing faiths or races?

Our personal litany of the unlovable/unforgiveable says far more about the limitations of our love than about anyone else. It also shows us that the love we give and receive is constricted and diminished by judgments, standards, or expectations. Once we impose even one tiny judgment, standard, or expectation on love, it devolves away from being true/unconditional.

Trapped in the painful web of conditional love, we devote our time and energy to looking for love in all the wrong places. We keep hoping to find true love somewhere “out there,” outside of ourselves, in someone else’s eyes. But that is not the place to find true love.

Future columns will explore where and how to find true love and how we can use that unconditional love to heal ourselves and our world.

Saturday, May 24, 2008

The Confidence To Make You A Good Lover

by: John Alanis

Today I want to cover what I call "foundational stuff"... skills everyone knows you should have that are necessary, but are often overlooked in favor of "more advanced" skills. The truth is though, the "advanced skills" are worthless without a firm foundation, and if you're not getting the results you want, it's often because your foundation has eroded.

Everyone knows women "love a confident man", when it comes to good lovers. But, what specifically does "confidence" mean? Few people really know, even though they like to throw the word around. For instance, I appeared on a national radio program Saturday night, and one of the hosts kept saying, "oh you're just talking about being confident." Well, yes and no. See, there are several components to "confidence" and few people know what they really are. So, since I'm such a generous guy, I figured I'd tell you today!

Confidence to me, means a strong self image coupled with "preparedness." Both of these are important, because both can be created formulaically. "Confidence" by itself cannot be created, but once broken down into its components, the components can be created and strung together to create the emotional state known as confidence.

I can't teach you to be confident. But I can sure teach you how to build a strong self image, and how to be prepared.

If you want to know where most guys fall down with women, it's the "preparedness" part. Why? Because it requires time, energy, and effort. It requires you to invest in your education, to take risks and spend money on information, like th information at http://www.byegoodlover.com. It requires you to use and implement this information, and to correct any implementation mistakes. Most guys are not willing to pay this price... much easier to spend their time talking and drinking beer with other guys who are talking and drinking beer.

Preparedness is hard... but when you're prepared you get results. I've seen confident guy after confident guy get shot down in flames by a beautiful woman who was initially attracted to him simply because he wasn't prepared to create a powerful feeling of attraction in her. He said or did something that flipped off the attraction triggers, and off she went with him never knowing why. It's not enough to have a strong self image... you have to be prepared as well. Only when you combine the two will you have true confidence.

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