Relationship Magic: Waking Up TogetherOn February 3, 2020 by Raul Dinwiddie
The single greatest resource… unknown resource in the world – is relationships. There is absolutely no moment in our life that isn’t a point of revelation. Relationships are revelations. Relationships change us once we know how to use them for the purpose they’ve been given to us. “Relationship Magic” is for anyone who wants magic in their relationships. Everything that we will ever learn or discover about ourselves – and I mean everything… we discover in and through our relationships with others and the world around us. So the reason we feel alone is because love never stops calling us to its side. Love never leaves a relationship any more than the sun that’s on my face right now leaves me if I sit here. It’s always present. It is we who are absent to love. I’ll tell you when a relationship really begins to change for two people. It’s when one of those two people realizes that no one wins a fight. If I don’t return unkindness for unkindness, I don’t punish you. When we understand it’s not your pain.,it’s not my pain, It is our pain – something else remarkable can happen… and that’s “Relationship Magic”. Love doesn’t separate, love integrates. Love doesn’t have an enemy. Love uses everything to bring about a more harmonious relationship. I called the book “Relationship Magic”… because when we understand the true nature of love, it has a magical affect on all of our relationships. Waking up together is better because it describes a moment-to-moment relationship that all of us are intended to be involved in. You know, you just have to get beat up and beat up… and then one day realize it isn’t the other person beating you up. Without humility in a human being, there’s no chance for love. We learn to forgive people in our lives when we see at last, that the thing that we are holding their feet to the fire over, lives in us. There is something in the very center of our heart that longs to be whole. When love is whole, then the people in our lives are not the objects of our love… they are that which we see our love through.