Paul Nijar

Spiritual Insights on Your Everyday Troubles

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love / relationship

How to Defeat Your Unfaithful Desires

“How do I stop thinking about other girls when I’m in a relationship?”

This is a question I’ve been asked many times. A great number of people have lost the potential of having lasting relationships due to their infidelities or their desire to be with other people. As they come in and out of different relationships, they wonder if they are stuck in a never-ending cycle of relationships that just don’t work. So what’s the diagnosis?

Sounds like you’ve got a case of “wondering eyes syndrome.” Continue reading

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Fighting for Love

Have you ever took a stroll in the park with your partner and see another couple doing the same thing? The weirdest thing starts after you notice them frolicking around; it turns into a competition. It becomes a competition to see who can out-love the other couple. In an instant, a romantic stroll becomes a no holds barred love-expression event!

“Hey look how he kissed her! Quick grab my butt and kiss me harder!” Continue reading

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Defining Self-Love & What it Brings

“I love me. I love me not. I love me. I love me not.”

So which one is it? To love or not to love? Many people will think or even proclaim that they are the embodiment of self-love. But are they really? Most people love themselves out of vanity or in comparison to someone they feel is inferior. This is all ego-driven identification of love; it is not self-love.

“Anything you can do, I can do better!” Continue reading

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If Only We Loved As Much As We Judged

By Paul Nijar

“Hey weirdo!  It’s butter side down, not butter side up!”  (Dr. Seuss reference)

There are billions of people of that live on this planet and everyone lives their lives their own way.  We differ with such great variety that it becomes very difficult to relate to or understand another person’s way of living.

“OMG!  I saw these people the other day and they eat using their bare hands!  No utensils!  So barbaric!” Continue reading