Sometimes the tide is in, sometimes the tide is out.
This includes the experience of relationships. Sometimes we have more togetherness and sometimes we have times apart. We sometimes feel like talking, we sometimes don’t.
One way relationships become fraught is when we try to hold on to high tide or we try to avoid low tide.
We can’t change the ebb and flow of our natural selves.
When we try to fix something into being unchanging, it will in some way not work.
Love flourishes not only in togetherness, but also when there is allowing and trust when the tide is out.
The tide being out does not have to have anything to do with the love or level of connection.
Sometimes when the connection is at its strongest it is because we know we can simply be free to be ourselves, even when this means we don’t feel like talking.