Love has no expectations. Fear is full of expectations. With fear we do things because we expect that we have to, and we expect that others are going to do the same. That is why fear hurts and love doesn’t hurt. We expect something and if it doesn’t happen, we feel hurt-it isn’t fair. We blame others for not fulfilling our expectations. When we love, we don’t have expectations; we do because we want to, and if other people do it or not, it’s because they want to or not and it’s nothing personal. When we don’t expect something to happen, if noting happens, it’s not important. We don’t feel hurt because whatever happens is okay. That is why something hardly hurts us when we are in love; we aren’t expectating that our lover will do something; and, we have no obligations. Does this all sound too impersonal? It is not-it is personal.
I am a Clinical Specialist who supervises changes for those requiring help during difficult times.
Throughout my life I have been very fortunate to travel the world and live in some of the most desirous places. Everyone I have met has been a teacher and guide as I choose to see them that way.
My jobs as salesman, agent, minister, studio executive, counselor in jails and prison, and guide have all lead in the same direction-that is, the joy and blessings I have received are a direct result of what I have given in every situation.