[Illustrator: Chetan Patil]
[Image Credit: David Byrne]
“In relationship, the primary cause of friction is oneself, the self that is the centre of unified craving. If we can but realize that it is not how another acts that is of primary importance, but how each one of us acts and reacts and if that reaction and action can be fundamentally, deeply understood, then relationship will undergo a deep and radical change.” ~J Krishnamurti
Khajuraho Temples, India [Creative Commons License]
“The root is always some desire which has been blocked, and the frustration has created the anger. Don’t take desires very seriously. Don’t take anything seriously”… http://www.osho.com/read/featured-articles/emotional-ecology/the-psychology-of-anger
Do we tend to look at others lustfully (getting, utilizing, possessing, things…) or lovingly (giving, serving, letting go, persons…) more often than not?