Saturday, December 24, 2005

Moore advises stop temporizing, start initiating

Thomas Moore tells a reader,
"A relationship starts with two individuals. Rather than wait for the other to wake up and make a move, it might be useful to use your intelligence in all aspects of your life and take yourself more seriously. Anyone who waits four years for a romance to take root isn't giving her own life the attention it needs. In a stalled relationship, it may help more to focus on your own life than to try to engineer the relationship to the place you want. I'd say, be involved in your world. Have a more adult view of religion. Get stronger, more solid, and develop an edge."
He advises a Beliefnet reader to stop temporizing about her four-year attraction to a man at her church.

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