So said my recently married friend.
This is a great example of being in the present and not making anything significant–not even that supposedly all important wedding day.
How many people can say that about their wedding days? Might the marriages be happier if they could?
Why do I say that? Because if they could relax and have fun in the moment, instead of putting all the heaviness and significance of “the best day of my life,” “my special day,” etc., then they’d have a chance to have a relationship without significance as well.
Significance, by the way is when you make something, anything, greater than you and greater than your own consciousness. Hint: It’s a recipe for disaster. When you make anything significant, you can never have freedom in that area.
Is that really what you wish to choose?
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