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Old 03-11-2017, 06:29 AM
seachild seachild is offline
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Question about passion in relationship

I would like to understand Buddhism and Love and in relationships, so that I can be a better person.

Recently my partner after a discussion thinks that after so many years together that passion is not the same when during honeymoon period. I told him I believe passion can continue despite how long couples are together.

Would love to learn more thankyou
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Old 03-11-2017, 08:09 AM
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I would like to understand Buddhism and Love and in relationships, so that I can be a better person.

Recently my partner after a discussion thinks that after so many years together that passion is not the same when during honeymoon period. I told him I believe passion can continue despite how long couples are together.

Would love to learn more thankyou


The Buddha taught that everything is impermanent and is constantly changing, hence nothing lasts forever.
His teaching on 'Anicca' might help you
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Old 03-11-2017, 10:35 AM
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I would like to understand Buddhism and Love and in relationships, so that I can be a better person.

Recently my partner after a discussion thinks that after so many years together that passion is not the same when during honeymoon period. I told him I believe passion can continue despite how long couples are together.

Would love to learn more thankyou

Perhaps the words of Buddha is like arrow pointing at YOU , pointing at the one beside you ..., pointing at own nature ......perhaps as one awaken to own nature ..one realize nothing is belong him nor any living or non-living ......he realize he is always alone with emotion and the one beside him is always reflection of him .
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Old 04-11-2017, 06:59 AM
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Thank you CSEe, so my partner is my reflection on how I am feeling

Thank you Sky 123 I will look into Annica, many blessings to you both, thankyou for your time :)
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