BEST of PONDER on THIS for Monday, January 14th, 2013 by Stuart Wilde in THE QUICKENING

“We
learn about ourselves through relationships because they reflect what
we are back to us. If you are surrounded by nonsense that means you have
allowed nonsense to establish itself in your life. Simple really. If
your relationships are loving and empowering that means that you are
also.

The name of the game is to review all your relationships
from time to time to assess what it is you contribute and what it is you
receive in return. Relationships change so quickly that it should be a
part of your modus to institute quality control into every aspect of
your life. If you are not getting what you want, or if you are putting
in all the efforts and the others are contributing little, it will
become obvious. Then you must decide if that is acceptable to you or
not. If not, you will diplomatically indicate what your needs are and
suggest that they fulfill them. In turn you find out what they want. If
both of you want something different and things can’t be resolved, do
not be afraid to release them or to walk away yourself.”

                      Stuart Wilde, in “The Quickening”

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