“You did not love me,
You just loved the fact that I was here for you.
You loved the attention I gave you,
You loved the fact that I would drop anything for you.
You did not love me, but god,
I loved you”—(via -5280)
“If you are distressed by anything external, the pain is not due to the thing itself, but to your estimate of it; and this you have the power to revoke at any moment.”—Marcus Aurelius, Meditations (via childrenofthetao)
“Consider it: every person you have ever met, every person will suffer the loss of his friends and family. All are going to lose everything they love in this world. Why would one want to be anything but kind to them in the meantime?”—Sam Harris (via thecalminside)
my parents are fighting bad and my dad is going nuts throwing rings everywhere help
I don’t know if you can make your parents stop fighting with force. I will say that underneath everything there is stillness and calmness. Underneath fighting, yelling and all the noise there is always stillness and peace. If you can find that the yelling and screaming has less of an effect on you. You won’t feel the pull of the anger and negativity and so will be less effected by it. Realizing this stillness and feeling it maybe your parents can sense this calmness and stillness as well and be pulled from the yelling and anger.
Sometimes our parents teach us, but sometimes we can teach them.
Nothing good or bad lasts forever.
Maybe one of my lovely followers can offer more words of help for you through the notes to this post.
Over the years, I have encountered and experienced many things that have only expanded my knowledge of many different things spiritually related. In this post, I will be explaining the functions and traits of different types of spiritual relationships.
“The meaning of life is just to be alive. It is so plain and so obvious and so simple. And yet, everybody rushes around in a great panic as if it were necessary to achieve something beyond themselves.”—Alan Watts (via thecalminside)
I let go of the law, and people become honest. I let go of economics, and people become prosperous. I let go of religion, and people become serene. I let go of all desire for the common good, and the good becomes common as grass - Lao Tzu