Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Let's start with a riddle: What goes up, when the rain comes down? If you don't know the answer, ask your nearest 3 year old. I'm sure she or he will enlighten you.

Children are amazing. If you take time out of you daily grind to observe a child at play, you will give yourself the gift of rebirth.

Deep thought for the day:

The unknown is what makes humanity continue to progress. If we had all the answers, what would be the quest of life?

The same principal applies to love. When we look for our mates, we are drawn to the man or woman we believe to possess the ability to satisfy our needs of desire, love, companionship, and unconditional acceptance. My question to you is this: If you knew that your mate would betray you emotionally or physically, would you continue to pursue that relationship? Assume you are in love/lust and there is no reason to suspect an act of betrayal. You are living the moment, and your search for "the one" seems to have come to a close. Would you continue to pursue the relationship, lost in the moment, or would your practical mind kick in, and let reason set you free?

This leads me to a question of human nature. For those of you who answer honestly, I ask this- do we seek pleasure or pain. Is there some pleasure derived from pain?

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