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By building healthy family relationships first we will undoubtedly thrive in the face of material scarcity.Our personal prosperity and the prosperity of our society will largely depend on the true, honest and deep connections we develop with other people and not on what and how much we have.The propaganda of consumerism has distorted our inalienable right of the pursuit of happiness, from a structured journey (with the inevitable setbacks) to the fleeting euphoria of a new purchase/ acquisition.We have renounced our title of citizen and embraced the consumer avatar while becoming diffident to the freedom of reality.Numerous studies of the multi-faceted inner sensation we call happiness are largely internal and relationship-based.Common sense suggests that security offered by wealth and income boosts well-being, but studies find additional wealth provides diminishing returns.Neither will we be able to rely on the state to provide for us.In order to start the process of true, honest and deep relatedness, we need to start with building such a relationship with ourselves first. Peter Pan and Cinderella must be left in the past where they belong and be exchanged for a deep relationship with reality, starting with gratitude for what we have now.
Without doing that you cannot be really free in any other relationship.I mean, use whatever phrase you want with the person you're doin' it with, but in mixed company, 'making love' just reeks of things that are too private to share with others. A: This is the sort of question that, by rights, should be discussed over glasses of Martini Bianco in a café in Paris with the smoke from a Galois cigarette, held between the thin fingers of a beautiful and challenging woman, hovering in the air like a storm cloud. It is also possible to make love and be having sex.(Am I the only one who immediately thinks of 'love juice' when I hear the term or is that a common word association? Sometimes having the raunchiest, nastiest sex is a supreme act of love because when you love someone so much you can share that fantasy about your fourth grade teacher Miss Canfield, the class trip to the zoo, and the zebra incident, you're displaying a lot of trust.What's the difference between "having sex" and "making love"?Among my least favorite words and phrases in the English language are: 'date night,' 'panties,' and 'making love.' And among those, the worst offender is by far 'making love.' I've never understood why people can't just say 'having sex,' the sort of innocuous, less-pervy alternative. The one-night hook-up after four mojitos comes to mind.