Love is never a Relationship

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Relationship means something complete, finished, closed. Love is never a relationship; love is relating. It is always a river, flowing, unending. Love knows no full stop; the honeymoon begins but never ends. It is not like a novel that starts at a certain point and ends at a certain point. It is an ongoing phenomenon. Lovers end, love continues. relationship has a certainty. Love is not a relationship. It is worship. You dont have to be in a relationship to worship ! love has no conditioning ! love is as pure as the new born baby feels for the mother without the knowledge of language ! Be it for a loved one, a family member, a friend , a god or goddess. Tantra is experience ! Discover the power of love devotion or bhakti , whatever you want to call it !! The power of god or goodness ! stay satvik ! Bom shankar !
“Relationship means something complete, finished, closed. Love is never a relationship; love is relating. It is always a river, flowing, unending. Love knows no full stop; the honeymoon begins but never ends. It is not like a novel that starts at a certain point and ends at a certain point. It is an ongoing phenomenon. Lovers end, love continues. It is a continuum. It is a verb, not a noun.“And why do we reduce the beauty of relating to relationship? Why are we in such a hurry? – because to relate is insecure, and relationship isa security, relationship has a certainty. Relating is just a meeting of two strangers, maybe just anovernight stay and in the morning we say good-bye. Who knows what is going to happen tomorrow? And we are so afraid that we want to make it certain, we want to make it predictable. We would like tomorrow to be according to our ideas; we don’t allow it freedom to have its own say. So we immediately reduce every verb to a noun.”

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