1. arlenez
    August 10, 2014 @ 5:51 pm

    Please continue this topic.
    One avenue i would like to hear is of course, when there is no hand to hold and awakeness is not providing the hand, I guess. Sending this topic to a friend who is also interested.


  2. Fred Davis
    August 10, 2014 @ 6:56 pm

    We have to start with some basic questions.

    “I know what’s best for me.”
    Is that true?

    “I should have a hand to hold.”
    Is that true?

    “Something is wrong in my life.”
    Is that true?

    “Why am I always the victim?”
    Is that true?

    All love,

    Is that true?


  3. Robbin Hayman
    August 10, 2014 @ 8:49 pm

    This video is a gamechanger. Fantastic. What about marriage and the single being? Spooking around my head a lot these days. In a way we’re One already. Can it make a difference?


  4. Fred Davis
    August 10, 2014 @ 9:38 pm

    Hey, Robbin! Yes, I’m getting a tremendous amount of positive mail on this video–I think the most I’ve ever gotten.

    Marriage is a relative event/process that seems to have been a hit with human beings. I can’t know what’s right for anyone else, but I can tell you that my experience with it has been grand! And honestly, I had two wonderful wives before I hit the lottery with Betsy. But the unit was ill, and couldn’t be the guy they both deserved.

    Happily I’m great friends with #2. I like that very much. #1 is keeping her distance, and I completely understand that. I’d want to stay away from the guy I used to be, too.

    I’ll tell you a funny story about when Betsy and I went to get our marriage license. The clerk looked at us and asked, “Have either one of you ever been married before?” Betsy shot me an bemused look.

    I said, “Let’s just put it this way, I’m her first husband, and she’s my last wife!!”

    If you’re drawn, go for it. Relativity still matters, and so does the level of closeness experienced in that relativity. For some, marriage is closer, for others marriage is a separator. If you feel drawn, then GO FOR IT!

    Love to you and Sussie!


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