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Many of you here are married.... some are not...

May I ask of the brothers here....

If you are married... what was it in your wife that moved you to want to spend the rest of your life with her? What were the qualities about this woman?

If you are not..... What is it that you are looking for?

I apologize if this has been asked before....

But I often feel like men and women (particularly in the Black Community) talk "at" each other "through" our pain and misconceptions.....


Will you answer please? Thank you...



Peace,
Virtue
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What I want or am looking for ? .... To be understood. To be appreciated. To be accepted.

That probably sounds very one sided (and maybe even a little self-indulgent). Of course, I think understanding, appreciation, and acceptance should be things I'm also able to give to "the one". But I put it like that because I really don't feel I've ever had that from a sista. Please no one get upset. That's not a general statement about all black women. It's just my experience which I hope will change one day.

I've always been a bit of a trend setter. Very individual. Set on following my own path. Career-wise. In religion. In most things. So I don't fit into any easy stereotype or idea of what a black man should be or strive for. I've always felt judged by black women. Not enough of this or that. Not tall enough. Not Christian enough. Not rich enough or striving enough for wealth. Not street enough. Not Black enough. Etc.

For example, a lot of sistas tell me that I remind them of a preacher. I guess because I'm serious, clean cut, articulate, etc. I fit into that cultural image BUT I'm not a "believer". I've even been on dates with women who thought that I had a "calling" to preach. It never seemed to help to tell them I didn't have the desire to preach. LOL

But anyway, I tried to answer your question. To be accepted for all that I am and to be able to do the same for my partner. To be able to treasure and share one another's essence. Aside from the spark of physical attraction, that's what I'm seeking in a mate.


PS: In the months immediately after I finished my Ph.D., it REALLY ticked me off that the number one song in the country was the one by Destiny's Child - that song "Soldier". Here I was. This young black Ph.D. with a great job, being bombarded with the message that there were no marriageable black men who wanted black women AND AT THE SAME TIME being told by the most desired black women in the country that I wasn't street enough. I nearly popped a blood vessel EVERY time I heard that song....

PSS: So if you ever wondered if there were any brothas NOT into Beyonce, here's one of them - I'm on a Beyonce boycott sck

Just an afterthought.
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Peace.....


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Many of you here are married.... some are not...

May I ask of the brothers here....

If you are married... what was it in your wife that moved you to want to spend the rest of your life with her? What were the qualities about this woman?


Sister, the answer to this question requires more space than this medium can provide. I have been blessed to find love, true love....The kind of love which stirs a soul relentlessly, never allowing a moments rest. The quality of love which threatens to burst my heart when I reflect upon the object of my affection.

Upon finding her, there was no choice as to where the rest of my life would be spent...We are together, because we were made for one another..We were simply waiting to find each other.


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But I often feel like men and women (particularly in the Black Community) talk "at" each other "through" our pain and misconceptions.....



I agree...Before we can marry one another in truth, we must learn one another..we must also learn ourselves...A work in progress...Indeed..


Considered Well...


Kai
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Originally posted by HonestBrother:
What I want or am looking for ? .... To be understood. To be appreciated. To be accepted.

That probably sounds very one sided (and maybe even a little self-indulgent). Of course, I think understanding, appreciation, and acceptance should be things I'm also able to give to "the one". But I put it like that because I really don't feel I've ever had that from a sista. Please no one get upset. That's not a general statement about all black women. It's just my experience which I hope will change one day.

I've always been a bit of a trend setter. Very individual. Set on following my own path. Career-wise. In religion. In most things. So I don't fit into any easy stereotype or idea of what a black man should be or strive for. I've always felt judged by black women. Not enough of this or that. Not tall enough. Not Christian enough. Not rich enough or striving enough for wealth. Not street enough. Not Black enough. Etc.

For example, a lot of sistas tell me that I remind them of a preacher. I guess because I'm serious, clean cut, articulate, etc. I fit into that cultural image BUT I'm not a "believer". I've even been on dates with women who thought that I had a "calling" to preach. It never seemed to help to tell them I didn't have the desire to preach. LOL

But anyway, I tried to answer your question. To be accepted for all that I am and to be able to do the same for my partner. To be able to treasure and share one another's essence. Aside from the spark of physical attraction, that's what I'm seeking in a mate.


PS: In the months immediately after I finished my Ph.D., it REALLY ticked me off that the number one song in the country was the one by Destiny's Child - that song "Soldier". Here I was. This young black Ph.D. with a great job, being bombarded with the message that there were no marriageable black men who wanted black women AND AT THE SAME TIME being told by the most desired black women in the country that I wasn't street enough. I nearly popped a blood vessel EVERY time I heard that song....

PSS: So if you ever wondered if there were any brothas NOT into Beyonce, here's one of them - I'm on a beyonce boycott Smile

Just an afterthought.




It's hard for me to believe that a brother with such great credentials is not snapped up already.....

But may I add, hmmmm... not on the Beyonce bandwagon? I'm a lover of the intelligence of the human mind.... which the sister does not strike me as having in any significant quantity..... however I understand her allure....and it's not just her physical attributes.... it's her acceptance of her feminine attributes and the power and acceptance of those qualities that generate the magnetic attraction from men.... Her "physical assets" are a lure... yes... but it is the way she "is".... the way she "exists".... with her beauty that sets her apart..... she "uses" her power well.... whether sisters like it or not....

I and others I know do not choose this route.... because there are even greater, yet subtler ways to allow one's feminine beauty to shine....

Honest Brother, lately I have been privy to several conversations regarding Coretta Scott King.... How she was not married to the "man" but to the "Man's Mission".... You state that you are not leaning towards being a "Preacher"... yet you, I'm assuming from your statements, tend to display the qualities of a preacher.....

This must mean you are a man who reflects often and is aware.... you must be well studied and able to communicate in a way that touches the heart of others.... you make a way for people to "see".... one may not call that a "Preacher" or "Mininster".... what would you call it? And what is your Mission? And what part does a woman play along your path?

Excuse me... I had a full day.... and lots on my mind.... and so I'm stretching my curiosity a bit....


Peace,
Virtue
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Originally posted by Kai:
Peace.....

Sister, the answer to this question requires more space than this medium can provide. I have been blessed to find love, true love....The kind of love which stirs a soul relentlessly, never allowing a moments rest. The quality of love which threatens to burst my heart when I reflect upon the object of my affection.

Upon finding her, there was no choice as to where the rest of my life would be spent...We are together, because we were made for one another..We were simply waiting to find each other.

I agree...Before we can marry one another in truth, we must learn one another..we must also learn ourselves...A work in progress...Indeed..


Considered Well...


Kai



Nice to see you..... You're married?


Peace,
Virtue
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Originally posted by Kai:
Peace....

It's nice to see you as well.

No...I am not married. Not yet...All things in good time. You Know??



Kai




Please... I don't mean to pry... but... May I ask about whom were you speaking?

It sounds like you're married.... or at least engaged...

If so, I'm happy for you.... It sounds like you are truly happy....


Peace,
Virtue
Peace....

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Please... I don't mean to pry... but... May I ask about whom were you speaking?


She is someone in my life that I am exploring. I stated in my previous post that Marraige is true once the participants have learned one another.

We are courting...

And I must admit..This is a wonderful trial.

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It sounds like you are truly happy....



Indeed beloved....Indeed.


Kai
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Originally posted by Kai:
Peace....

She is someone in my life that I am exploring. I stated in my previous post that Marraige is true once the participants have learned one another.

We are courting...

And I must admit..This is a wonderful trial.

Kai




You are courting? That's wonderful! May you find what brings you peace... I wish you and her the best... I really do...

It was nice seeing you again....

Make sure I get an invite to the wedding....

I'd love to meet her.....


Peace,
Virtue
Peace....

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You are courting? That's wonderful! May you find what brings you peace... I wish you and her the best... I really do...


Thank You....

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It was nice seeing you again....



Always....You can never tire of star light...

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Make sure I get an invite to the wedding....


Are you willing to travel to New Jersey? If so..I'll make sure you receive an invitation...


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I'd love to meet her.....



Ah well..unfortunately she is not a big fan of the internet...I guess it is the one place where our minds do not meet.

So a meeting seems unlikely, But thanks for the encouraging words...



Peace..


P.S.

I am Happy Virtue...But..I must be honest, and say that I am sure that from time to time, my mind will return to what could have been...Such looming questions can make the soul uneasy...However, I am happy...

Peace, and blessings


Kai


May I return this thread to the original question?

What is it that makes her the one?

If you're married-- What are the qualities that let you know your wife wasthe one?

If you're not married--What qualities are you looking for in a woman that would allow you to seriously consider her as the one?

Again, I am sincere in my questioning.... I'd really like to know what is on brothers' minds..... Sometimes it's good to just listen....

And what I'm hearing so far is down to earth sincerity from decent men.....

I'm listening......



Peace,
Virtue
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Originally posted by virtue:

This must mean you are a man who reflects often and is aware.... you must be well studied and able to communicate in a way that touches the heart of others.... you make a way for people to "see".... one may not call that a "Preacher" or "Mininster".... what would you call it? And what is your Mission? And what part does a woman play along your path?


Preacher? Minister? These words have very specific meanings ...But then again aren't we all called to 'ministry'? And to preach through every day acts of 'prophecy'?

At the risk of seeming self-important, I've always been drawn to the pursuit of Truth. More generally, to the classical vision of the Good Life - the pursuit of Truth, Beauty, and Justice. The love of Truth led me to the life of a scholar. But with maturity has also come a sense of responsibility to the social world and a devotion to the pursuit of Justice. Beauty is all in all...

So I'm a scholar, artist, and activist. I'll plead the 5th on proclaiming a "Mission". Then you'd really think I was full of it Smile

The role of a woman in my life? My other half? She who knows me better than I know myself?

Isn't her role clear? I could not live without her. Wink

PS: Please excuse my dreamy ramblings. It's been a long day and I'm tired. Soon to go to bed.
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Originally posted by HonestBrother:
The love of Truth led me to the life of a scholar.

But with maturity has also come a sense of responsibility to the social world and a devotion to the pursuit of Justice. Beauty is all in all...


What does devotion to the pursuit of Justice look like?


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So I'm a scholar, artist, and activist.


Scholar of? What type of artist? What type of activist?

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I'll plead the 5th on proclaiming a "Mission". Then you'd really think I was full of it Smile


I don't know what to think, you refuse to share any more.....



Peace,
Virtue
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Originally posted by virtue:
Scholar of? What type of artist? What type of activist?


As a scholar, I'm a research mathematician by education and profession. I'm also a student of religion and philosophy.

As an artist, see the thread HB's Art Show in the Music-Entertainment-Arts Forum. I also write poetry, fiction, and essays.

As an activist, I've advocated for a number of causes in my community. Currently I'm working on a somewhat unusual project. I'm putting together a Black History Month photo exhibit featuring local people - updating and democratizing the imagery of black history so to speak. The exhibit will be in the public library next weekend. I've gone around the city searching for subjects. Young people. College professors. Families. I've called it "The People are Beautiful".

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I'll plead the 5th on proclaiming a "Mission". Then you'd really think I was full of it Smile


I don't know what to think, you refuse to share any more.....

Peace,
Virtue


Big Grin
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Originally posted by virtue:


Many of you here are married.... some are not...

May I ask of the brothers here....

If you are married... what was it in your wife that moved you to want to spend the rest of your life with her? What were the qualities about this woman?

If you are not..... What is it that you are looking for?

I apologize if this has been asked before....

But I often feel like men and women (particularly in the Black Community) talk "at" each other "through" our pain and misconceptions.....


Will you answer please? Thank you...



Peace,
Virtue


there are no shortcuts to love.
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quote:

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I'll plead the 5th on proclaiming a "Mission". Then you'd really think I was full of it Smile


I don't know what to think, you refuse to share any more.....

Peace,
Virtue



At the risk of sounding grandiose, my "mission" is to contribute towards bringing about a Black cultural renaissance. That's MY thing. Or at least what I'm about can be summarized in those words. It's why I went into education as a profession. Knowledge is indeed power. And it's at the root of a lot of my other endeavors. As a photographer, one thing I'm trying to do is to capture diverse images of African American life. I think it makes a profound difference to the way people see themselves if they actually see themselves. My work in this medium is becoming popular and is showing in local galleries and other venues.

Another project in which I'm involved as a photographer is working with a local black talent agency. We're trying to identify talent among people in the community, nurture/groom it, and publicize it. It is my belief that a number of problems in the community (especially among men) stems from frustration at the lack of visibility, nurturance of, and support of unrecognized talent/ability.

As I said above, I also write fiction (presently working on a novel), poetry, and essays - mostly on religion, culture, and philolosophy. African American religion/spirituality is an important issue to me. I'm an advocate of cultivating a diversity of healthy black religious expression.

Is that sharing enough?
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Originally posted by HonestBrother:


At the risk of sounding grandiose,




Grandiose?.... Not at all....


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my "mission" is to contribute towards bringing about a Black cultural renaissance. That's MY thing. Or at least what I'm about can be summarized in those words.


May I ask what type of renaissance? ..... Arguably we've had several.... From what are moving from and what are we moving towards?

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It's why I went into education as a profession. Knowledge is indeed power. And it's at the root of a lot of my other endeavors.


How do you assess whether the knowledge you disseminate is absorbed properly? How do you assess its qualitative effect?

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As a photographer, one thing I'm trying to do is to capture diverse images of African American life. I think it makes a profound difference to the way people see themselves if they actually see themselves. My work in this medium is becoming popular and is showing in local galleries and other venues.


I thought you were a seer.... you are also a storyteller.... beautiful....

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Another project in which I'm involved as a photographer is working with a local black talent agency. We're trying to identify talent among people in the community, nurture/groom it, and publicize it. It is my belief that a number of problems in the community (especially among men) stems from frustration at the lack of visibility, nurturance of, and support of unrecognized talent/ability.

May I ask in what area are you seeking talent?
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As I said above, I also write fiction (presently working on a novel), poetry, and essays - mostly on religion, culture, and philolosophy.

A writer..... I am writer.... I appreciate the creative mentality that must go into writing and communicating to others a vision.... a world.... you have to be attentive to subtlety and detail.... a fine art for those who master it.....

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African American religion/spirituality is an important issue to me. I'm an advocate of cultivating a diversity of healthy black religious expression.


What do you think about the concept of universal principles....?
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Is that sharing enough?

I'm honored that you would consider this forum worthy of a glimpse in your world....

Thanks for sharing....

I like to be exposed to the "real" beauty of men.... Black men.... and this usually resides in a place carefully tucked away unless he sees fit to share.... Women rarely ask.... Men rarely show....

I wanted to stop listening to the bickering between us (men and women) and I wanted to see what fondness may lie there....

Is that so bad? Where is the fondness for the Black Woman... Where is the fondness for the Black Man....



Peace,
Virtue
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Originally posted by virtue:
May I ask what type of renaissance? ..... Arguably we've had several.... From what are moving from and what are we moving towards?


It will be a revolution in self-representation and artistic self-conception. We will see as in no time before a great many forms of black life given to an untold number of human aspirations. In moral, intellectual, and aesthetic terms we will discover as in no time before how truly deep it is too be black Big Grin

You've inspired me to be more grandiose Wink

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It's why I went into education as a profession. Knowledge is indeed power. And it's at the root of a lot of my other endeavors.


How do you assess whether the knowledge you disseminate is absorbed properly? How do you assess its qualitative effect?


As a professional educator, I teach pre-med students calculus. I don't consider this a great contribution to the world. But rather my background as a mathematician has supplied me with a certain discipline in my habits of thought. A discipline which I use in my other endeavors.

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May I ask in what area are you seeking talent?


part of our statement is "to provide exposure in areas that are rare experiences primarily for African Americans in this community: television producing, screenwriting, directing, designing, technical operations, the busines of the arts, acting, commentating, performance, etc."

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I'm honored that you would consider this forum worthy of a glimpse in your world....

Thanks for sharing....

I like to be exposed to the "real" beauty of men.... Black men.... and this usually resides in a place carefully tucked away unless he sees fit to share.... Women rarely ask.... Men rarely show....

I wanted to stop listening to the bickering between us (men and women) and I wanted to see what fondness may lie there....

Is that so bad? Where is the fondness for the Black Woman... Where is the fondness for the Black Man....


And, Virtue, thank you for your cool level head and deep feminine wisdom. I love your contributions to the site tfro
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Originally posted by HonestBrother:
It will be a revolution in self-representation and artistic self-conception. We will see as in no time before a great many forms of black life given to an untold number of human aspirations. In moral, intellectual, and aesthetic terms we will discover as in no time before how truly deep it is too be black Big Grin


You will be representing Black people as we are.... Will there be any contribution towards what we could be?

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You've inspired me to be more grandiose Wink
This world needs more grandiose thinking Black men! (smile)

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As a professional educator, I teach pre-med students calculus. I don't consider this a great contribution to the world. But rather my background as a mathematician has supplied me with a certain discipline in my habits of thought. A discipline which I use in my other endeavors.
Math? Calculus? I like math that is accessible to my level.... I only got to Calculus I... But I love math books for "laypeople"... I like Theoni Pappas' books and I have a book called "Nature's Numbers" by Ian Stewart.... and ummmmm... I'm sure you've heard of "Innumeracy" by John Paulos....
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part of our statement is "to provide exposure in areas that are rare experiences primarily for African Americans in this community: television producing, screenwriting, directing, designing, technical operations, the busines of the arts, acting, commentating, performance, etc."

This sounds interesting.... I'll keep my eyes and ears open for any new developments...
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And, Virtue, thank you for your cool level head and deep feminine wisdom. I love your contributions to the site tfro
Thank you....
Peace,
Virtue
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Because I started a similar thread in "Sistas Spot" called IBM......I thought it would be interesting to parallel the needs, wants and tolerances of the men and the women here at the same time.... if its alright with you all.....

Ummmm... if you don't mind I would like to refrain from adding my two cents... until others have spoken..... so the topic doesn't go off on a tangent.....

I'd love to hear from other brothers here...

Please....

Peace,
Virtue
I'm looking for these traits:

Logical
Motivated
Educated (not just scholarly but worldly as well)
Attractive (of course, I am a guy.)
Healthy (just be fit, you don't have to look like a model)

Being I'm divorced, my "wants" have changed. I've tried the "pure love" thing. Does'nt work. So I'm using my economics knowledge and skills in the relationship aspect of my life. I want a woman who will work with me to achieve something in life. That does'nt mean love has to be involved. To be honest, a prefer that "love" plays a very minimal role from here on out....
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Originally posted by xxGAMBITxx:
That does'nt mean love has to be involved. To be honest, a prefer that "love" plays a very minimal role from here on out....
Grrrrr.... Really tried to restrain myself from responding.... but.... grrrrr.....

I have to ask..... What is love to you? Why have you come to the conclusion that it is unnecessary? Honestly the intention behind my question is curiosity and not judgment... Smile


Peace,
Virtue
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Originally posted by virtue:
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Originally posted by xxGAMBITxx:
That does'nt mean love has to be involved. To be honest, a prefer that "love" plays a very minimal role from here on out....
Grrrrr.... Really tried to restrain myself from responding.... but.... grrrrr.....

I have to ask..... What is love to you? Why have you come to the conclusion that it is unnecessary? Honestly the intention behind my question is curiosity and not judgment... Smile


Peace,
Virtue


"Love" is a man made concept that has endured not because it works the majority of the time but because it gives everyone a "warm and fuzzy" feeling. It has its place but it does not have the strength to be the bedrock of a relationship. All those who bring out "love is the cornerstone of my happy relationship" tend to be economically stable, fairly rational, and always tout communication and working as partners. Love is pretty much a fringe benefit. Ask anyone who stays in a bad relationship why do they stay and they all bring out the standard rote..."Because I love him/her". Its overrated and unless its supported with other variables, its also a path towards failure. Tina Turner brought about a very good question; "Whats love got to do with it?". The answer....Not a damn thing. Cool
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Originally posted by xxGAMBITxx:

"Love" is a man made concept that has endured not because it works the majority of the time but because it gives everyone a "warm and fuzzy" feeling. It has its place but it does not have the strength to be the bedrock of a relationship. All those who bring out "love is the cornerstone of my happy relationship" tend to be economically stable, fairly rational, and always tout communication and working as partners. Love is pretty much a fringe benefit. Ask anyone who stays in a bad relationship why do they stay and they all bring out the standard rote..."Because I love him/her". Its overrated and unless its supported with other variables, its also a path towards failure. Tina Turner brought about a very good question; "Whats love got to do with it?". The answer....Not a damn thing. Cool
Sigh.....

I don't agree with this.....

Being in a relationship with a person you don't love is torture....

and painful to a degree that is unimaginable....

your soul begans to rot away slowly... and the relationship begans to feel like poison.......

Having no love in a bond like marriage feels like being weighted down with an anchor and released periodically.... drowning but never dying.....

I wish this on no one.....



Frown
Peace,
Virtue
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I dont think love is overrated, but i think the difinition of love has been make Eurocentric and idealogical. I belive it all boils down to respect and admiration. If you truely respect and admire a person you appreciate them for who they are not who you want them to be. Often people get love confused with Lust. Most of us live in the physical and material world and many of us expect the fairytale love story instead of understanding our condition as a people and realize it gonna take respect, dedication and committment to build strong lasting relationships
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Originally posted by virtue:
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Originally posted by xxGAMBITxx:

"Love" is a man made concept that has endured not because it works the majority of the time but because it gives everyone a "warm and fuzzy" feeling. It has its place but it does not have the strength to be the bedrock of a relationship. All those who bring out "love is the cornerstone of my happy relationship" tend to be economically stable, fairly rational, and always tout communication and working as partners. Love is pretty much a fringe benefit. Ask anyone who stays in a bad relationship why do they stay and they all bring out the standard rote..."Because I love him/her". Its overrated and unless its supported with other variables, its also a path towards failure. Tina Turner brought about a very good question; "Whats love got to do with it?". The answer....Not a damn thing. Cool
Sigh.....

I don't agree with this.....

Being in a relationship with a person you don't love is torture....

and painful to a degree that is unimaginable....

your soul begans to rot away slowly... and the relationship begans to feel like poison.......

Having no love in a bond like marriage feels like being weighted down with an anchor and released periodically.... drowning but never dying.....

I wish this on no one.....



Frown
Peace,
Virtue


You can still have love, but that should not be the foundation that the relationship is standing on. The concept of love just does'nt have the muscle to carry the weight. Plus mutual respect (garnered from both people fullfilling thier educational, employment, and other goals)has proven to be way more effective. Relationships (in my view) should be processed as K=f(x);

K= Relationships
f=function
x= all variables that will ensure a successful and rewarding partnership.

After all, in the end its about the longevity of a partnership. You can love your partner but the question is...can you work with them?
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Originally posted by xxGAMBITxx:
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Originally posted by virtue:
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Originally posted by xxGAMBITxx:

"Love" is a man made concept that has endured not because it works the majority of the time but because it gives everyone a "warm and fuzzy" feeling. It has its place but it does not have the strength to be the bedrock of a relationship. All those who bring out "love is the cornerstone of my happy relationship" tend to be economically stable, fairly rational, and always tout communication and working as partners. Love is pretty much a fringe benefit. Ask anyone who stays in a bad relationship why do they stay and they all bring out the standard rote..."Because I love him/her". Its overrated and unless its supported with other variables, its also a path towards failure. Tina Turner brought about a very good question; "Whats love got to do with it?". The answer....Not a damn thing. Cool
Sigh.....

I don't agree with this.....

Being in a relationship with a person you don't love is torture....

and painful to a degree that is unimaginable....

your soul begans to rot away slowly... and the relationship begans to feel like poison.......

Having no love in a bond like marriage feels like being weighted down with an anchor and released periodically.... drowning but never dying.....

I wish this on no one.....



Frown
Peace,
Virtue


You can still have love, but that should not be the foundation that the relationship is standing on. The concept of love just does'nt have the muscle to carry the weight. Plus mutual respect (garnered from both people fullfilling thier educational, employment, and other goals)has proven to be way more effective. Relationships (in my view) should be processed as K=f(x);

K= Relationships
f=function
x= all variables that will ensure a successful and rewarding partnership.

After all, in the end its about the longevity of a partnership. You can love your partner but the question is...can you work with them?
Tried it..... for 12 years.... doesn't work.... many reasons why.... won't go into it....

But I'm feeling a bit lighthearted right now....

So tell me xxGambitxx..... K=f(x)?

fuzzy numerology Razz

let's say..... the number two represents duality....

let's say ...... the number one represents the creator or creative consciousness...

I want longetivity and staying power out of a relationship.......

Well....

K=177.5 squared (male and female)
f=113 prime

solve for x ..........

duality resting on the foundation of something indivisible....

tell me what you see?..... Wink


well.....?



Peace,
Virtue
QUOTE] Tried it..... for 12 years.... doesn't work.... many reasons why.... won't go into it....

But I'm feeling a bit lighthearted right now....

So tell me xxGambitxx..... K=f(x)?

fuzzy numerology Razz

let's say..... the number two represents duality....

let's say ...... the number one represents the creator or creative consciousness...

I want longetivity and staying power out of a relationship.......

Well....

K=177.5 squared (male and female)
f=113 prime

solve for x ..........

duality resting on the foundation of something indivisible....

tell me what you see?..... Wink


well.....?



Peace,
Virtue
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LOL! Ahhh dear virtue, the equation is an analysis not an algerbra problem. the x variable is a function of K (relationships). We need things like financial stability, humor, wisdom, etc...to make a relationship work. Love is only a component of this. No one should count on love alone to make their relationship work. Shoot, have enough money in the house and you can afford to put love in garage for little bit (make cupid clean up or something). Big Grin
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Originally posted by xxGAMBITxx:
LOL! Ahhh dear virtue, the equation is an analysis not an algerbra problem. the x variable is a function of K (relationships). We need things like financial stability, humor, wisdom, etc...to make a relationship work. Love is only a component of this. No one should count on love alone to make their relationship work. Shoot, have enough money in the house and you can afford to put love in garage for little bit (make cupid clean up or something). Big Grin
I know it's not an algebra problem! I'm just being silly! Razz

Peace,
Virtue
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Originally posted by virtue:
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Originally posted by xxGAMBITxx:
LOL! Ahhh dear virtue, the equation is an analysis not an algerbra problem. the x variable is a function of K (relationships). We need things like financial stability, humor, wisdom, etc...to make a relationship work. Love is only a component of this. No one should count on love alone to make their relationship work. Shoot, have enough money in the house and you can afford to put love in garage for little bit (make cupid clean up or something). Big Grin
I know it's not an algebra problem! I'm just being silly! Razz

Peace,
Virtue


lol

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