If I say I love you, but there is something about you I wish to change, then I do not really love you.
According to a recent Canadian study, 79 percent of young men and 84 percent of young women report significant sexual problems, including low levels of satisfaction, low desire, erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, an inability to achieve orgasm and injurious pain. The study suggests they are having sex not because they want to but because they think they should.
In “should” is the death of innocence.
Ego dies when we accept the unacceptable, and when we do it now. Ego cannot die in the future.
Love has no enemies. No favourites, either.
Where is our need for courage if we are not afraid? The true man does not demonstrate courage. Love is not afraid.