Dan Ariely: What makes us feel good about our work? #TED : http://on.ted.com/a0AW1
You taught me how to laugh again
And gave me back my smile,
Restored my faith in people
When everyone seemed vile.
You were as if the sun came up
Upon my bitter night
And bade the blackness rustle up
Some joyful morning light.
( by Nicholas Gordon )
( Photo by CarbonKid )
Never forget those, who were there for you
when no one else was…
Send them your smile to remind that
they did make a difference for you…
Thats how you love properly…well written Seth!!
For whatever reason, we seem to have this funny idea that love is supposed to be bliss or that when we get married we’ve somehow achieved a state of “happily-ever-after.”
Well, that’s just not true. Love is actually quite painful.
In fact, if you’re doing it right, love, marriage, and family will be the most painful things you’ll ever experience. Not because they’re bad things, but because to love at all means to open yourselves up to vulnerability and pain. And to love someone completely—as you do in marriage—is to put your whole heart on the line.
True love will be painful. True love should be painful.
To be clear, when I say that true love should be painful I am not referring to abusive, obsessive, or co-dependent relationships; those relationships are predicated upon selfishness and will inevitably produce a pain that’s destructive and detrimental.
No, the “painful love” to…
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Wong Fu Productions made a wonderful, and touching video to remind us how our past lovers made us who we are today.