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Do you have the same feelings when touching anyone?

How many times we say:
- "He/ she is like if we knew each other from long time ago, I feel so familiar".
- "He/ she is so comfortable to hug to".
- "I touch he/ she and I feel sooo much" or "I can not really feel anything!".
- "There is like a strange tension between us from the beginning".
- "He/ she has a good vibe".
- "I was thinking about he/ she and surprisingly he/ she just called me!"

And when I say "feel" I am speaking about feeling it in your skin, not just only a feeling coming from inside yourself but also a physical feeling! It might sound new or weird as I have never read any article speaking about this, but there is something definitely! Feelings are quite hard to put into words, also this "energy" we always refer to.

What do you think it is? How can we explain it?

We may have a look at site as she is trying to explain us what it is through her art!

Telling us that we a…

Love without compromise? Is this possible?

Thesame way as happiness comes from inside ourselves, love is the same.
It isnot justabout receiving love, but about giving love.
When you smile atsomeone, usually you get a smile back, so when you love youwill receive love. Spread it!

Which do you remember more the relationships where you were loved, but you didn't love she or he as much as theydid? Or do you remeber more the ones you loved but they didn't love you that much?

EGO vs Inconditional Love?

Does our affect us and our relationships with people?

"Ego" is a Latin word meaning "I", which derives from the Greek word "Εγώ (Ego)" meaning "I", often used in English to mean the "self", "identity" or other related concepts.

I am comparing ego and love because sometimes without realizing our ego does affect our love.