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It’s All About Consciousness – Most awesome chat with Mr. Twenty Twenty so far!


I don’t even know how to title this episode. Chatting with Twenty is so energizing, leave us a comment if watching/listening to him is, too 🙂 We started out chatting about consciousness (and it’s all about consciousness) we jumped around to addictions (addiction to emotions), being fully present, being magnetic at a party, authenticity, vulnerability, making decisions, sticking to decisions, learning from mistakes and re-wiring your brain (and memories) to get even more out of those experiences. Wow. This was so much fun, leave your comments below, we’d love to read them 🙂

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  1. Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

    Thank you Marie for inviting MrTwentyTwenty for this interview. I am
    already subscribing to his newsletters and they are the BEST! He is always
    specific, he doesn’t speak blah…blah…like so many other people. I can
    see his “spirit” of a martial artist. Priceless information! Thank you!

  2. Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

    Marie, regarding your “friend issue”, what if you start from self-honesty.
    Instead of looking at that “friend”, look inside you. What are your
    unnecessary desires? Because when we are FREE of all unnecessary desires
    toward other people, we can never be deceived or hurt.
    http://youtu.be/vFybA6O1uns

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      thanks for sharing your opinion, it’s an interesting perspective. I believe
      I came to the decision about my friend by looking within myself, actually.
      He can be who he is. I fully accept him, and in accepting that he is who he
      is, I choose not to spend time with him anymore. He has a different path
      than mine, and that’s totally alright. It doesn’t mean I don’t care for him
      or want the best for him. I absolutely do. And what is best for me (and
      therefore, what is probably in his own best interest as well) is that I no
      longer associate with him. But I will always wish the best for him.

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Marie Benard says:

      I’m curious +Rae Rael what you mean by “unnecessary desires?” My need, if
      I’m going to willingly spend social time with a person, is that he or she
      have a certain level of care for me, and be willing to at least attempt to
      understand my feelings if a problem arises. I accept that he is unable or
      unwilling to do that with me, so I move away and wish him happiness. You
      may disagree, but I don’t feel that a basic level of compassion and respect
      from someone whom I consider a close friend is an unnecessary desire. I’m
      curious to understand what you mean…what do unnecessary desires mean to
      you or how do you define that for yourself?
      Thanks for engaging in the conversation 🙂

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

    • Rae Rael ラエ・ラエル says:

      +Marie Benard about “unnecessary desires” only you know the answer. Only
      you know what you “want” from this “friend”. There is obviously something
      you “want” or “desire” otherwise this wouldn’t bother you. That’s what I
      meant. If we have NO “wants” and “desires” then nobody can hurt us or
      offend us.

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