Dogs are animals that poop in public and you're supposed to pick it up. After a week of doing this, you've got to ask yourself, "Who's the real master in this relationship?"— Anthony Griffin
Devotion Real Relationship quotations
My love affair with nature is so deep that I am not satisfied with being a mere onlooker, or nature tourist. I crave a more real and meaningful relationship. The spicy teas and tasty delicacies I prepare from wild ingredients are the bread and wine in which I have communion and fellowship with nature, and with the Author of that nature.
It is only when we no longer compulsively need someone that we can have a real relationship with them.
There is nothing I would not do for those who are really my friends.
I have no notion of loving people by halves, it is not my nature.
Ideology represents the imaginary relationship of individuals to their real conditions of existence.
In organizations, real power and energy is generated through relationships.
The patterns of relationships and the capacities to form them are more important than tasks, functions, roles, and positions.
The antidote for fifty enemies is one friend.
Real magic in relationships means an absence of judgment of others.
People - not just in their teenage years - hold on to this fantasy of love when they're not ready to have a real relationship.
I've know Jeezy before he was Jeezy. I've been down with Cash Money from back in the day. So these are real relationships. I'm there for them and they're there for me. And they know if I'm going to make a record with somebody, I'm gonna hit a home run.
Compassion is not a relationship between the healer and the wounded.
It's a relationship between equals. Only when we know our own darkness well can we be present with the darkness of others. Compassion becomes real when we recognize our shared humanity.
There is a very real relationship, both quantitatively and qualitatively, between what you contribute and what you get out of this world.
I think that the fact that a relationship becomes public is a bit of a bummer.
Because it can distract from the real reason why you're together, which is that you just like each other.
Using the device of an imaginary world allows me in some strange way to go to the central issues - it's one of many ways to express feelings about real people, about real human relationships.
In our relationships we need to uphold that aspect of the person which is the real person and the soul beyond their own self-doubt.
Real giving is when we give to our spouses what's important to them, whether we understand it, like it, agree with it, or not.
I don't like champagne, I don't smoke cigars, I haven't any real jewellery at all, apart from the 8 pieces of gold I picked up at Anfield, the most important relationship at a football club is not between the manager and the chairman, but the players and the fans.
Personal relationships are the fertile soil from which all advancement, all success, all achievement in real life grows.
Relationships are like farting, If you push too hard things could get messy real fast.
As we gain satisfaction from artificial substitutes for nature we forget that there is no known substitute for Nature, the real thing and its eons of intelligent, life supportive, experience. Each substitute we create falls short of nature's balanced perfection, thus producing our pollution, garbage and relationship conflicts.
A real relationship is like a river; the deeper it gets the less noise it makes.
I know that suffering gives us new perspectives and helps us to clarify our real value. I know that suffering has helped me to clarify my relationships ... Perhaps suffering stops us in our tracks and forces us to confront what is real within ourselves and in our environment.
If you ever had a pet, with me it was a dog, with that sort of unconditional love that only dogs can give, people can't do that; that sort of thing where it's very powerful, it's kind of your first love and your first real relationship, and usually your first experience with death.
The isolated individual is not a real person.
A real person is one who lives in and for others. And the more personal relationships we form with others, the more we truly realize ourselves as persons. It has even been said that there can be no true person unless there are two, entering into communication with one another.
Do you know how you tell real love? It's when someone else's interest trumps your own.
I was attracted to the positive outlook on women especially exploring relationships with different people and being confident and comfortable and strong. That was the kind of thing that was appealing to me, because that's what's real, and that's honest, and it's nothing to be ashamed of. That's what single women do.
Mindful time spent with the person we love is the fullest expression of true love and real generosity.
The only real security is not in owning or possessing, not in demanding or expecting, not in hoping, even. Security in a relationship lies neither in looking back to what it was, nor forward to what it might be, but living in the present and accepting it as it is now.
If you want others to like you, if you want to develop real friendships, if you want to help others at the same time as you help yourself, keep this principle in mind: Become genuinely interested in other people.
The physicality of a real relationship - one that encompasses mind, body and soul - ultimately makes it more fulfilling and powerful than any virtual relationship ever could be.
Real security can only be found in that which can never be taken from you - your relationship with God.
Who has time for toxic relationships? If someone isn't honoring your feelings, it's not a real relationship. If you feel drained after spending time with someone, that's a red flag!
Share your weaknesses. Share your hard moments. Share your real side. It'll either scare away every fake person in your life or it will inspire them to finally let go of that mirage called "perfection," which will open the doors to the most important relationships you'll ever be a part of.
The real issue is not talent as an independent element, but talent in relationship to will, desire, and persistence. Talent without these things vanishes and even modest talent with those characteristics grows.
Money values do not simply mirror the state of affairs in the real world;
valuation is a positive act that makes an impact on the course of events. Monetary and real phenomena are connected in a reflexive fashion; that is, they influence each other mutually. The reflexive relationship manifests itself most clearly in the use and abuse of credit.