each is benefited

Toni Stone                                                            May 16, 2003
401 Buck Hollow Road
Fairfax, VT 05454

each is benefited

i am startled to hear it said that someone is making their partner more important instead of as important as themselves.
i think its a recipe for disaster, to have that perspective.
it takes away responsibility to live as the purpose you were created for. . .
that’s a smoke screen.

if anyone was asking me for advice, i would tell them,
“find someone you admire. someone whose qualities are the qualities you want to see generated in the world
. . .find out if they can support your purpose and if you can support and
back them up on theirs. . .then get into a partnership where each is benefited
by being further enabled in what they meant to-be-up to.”

i have seen if its not a win/win situation, it won’t go anywhere.
this is from my experiments and from what i’ve seen with clients.
the relationships that last have two important people in them, not one.