Just a note about complaining of twinflames: When I look around me like that, with “twinless” people who are worried about completely futile things, it is really wailing, unnecessary and useless. Is it because we have gone through so much harder weather, compare it quietly with life-threatening illness or something, that I still find the care and worries of another person so futile, meaningless? Twinflames go through a true tour-the-force. If this could be expressed in money, a captain of industry salary with bonus worthy and no less than that. Sometimes I have to be careful not to become elitist, because there is nothing more serious in my eyes and more than the twinflame events. Do we have a realistic eye for the (in our opinion much smaller) needs of a “twinless” other? Or do we constantly put things into the wrong proportion because we have had it ourselves?
I also put things into perspective much more now, but not because I have (had) it so hard myself. Well because I now look at life and death differently and because I overlook and understand why things happen in your life. Nevertheless, people who have not had this soul love experience would not have serious problems. For them, the problem is certainly serious and it is the art of “us” to deal with it in a good way, to help them without immediately coming up with all kinds of spiritual answers that they cannot contain. You will then automatically notice whether or not people are open to it. As a kind of bridge guard function. (Unknown)
yes I know! that you sometimes trivialize the chatter about problems, that you think what they worry about. be careful not to flatten everything, because those people are in that stream and they find that very difficult at the time. I sometimes find politics so meaningless as well, then I want to shout; it is about LOVE, it is about completely different things than money and rules, you do need them but still .. do you recognize that too? (Unknown)
Well it sounds a bit elitist, a problem or feeling is important for everyone in their experience. you do have a very large twinflame ego, watch out that you do not hide behind it and derive an identity from it. (Unknown)
Reminds me of something children’s books writer erich kaestner ns said; a tear of a child is a real sorrow; in other words, you really have to take it seriously. so it is with all sorrow; Compassion is the key word for me. That does not mean that you always have to approve of behavior, from a criminal for example, but you can always have compassion. I was the one who wrote that we had to stop wailing … yet I have a lot of compassion. (Unknown)