The Chinese have an insightful word for the concept of nature. It is translated as 'Ziran' which means 'of itself', 'naturally' or 'spontaneously.' Think about it, a tree does not grow as tall as it possibly can, because someone or something told it to. Instead, this is all it knows. It flows naturally and spontaneously from within.
Applying the principle of 'Ziran' to relationships, reveals an affecting truism about love. If a mother is to ask her son, "Do you love me?" and the son responds with, "I'm trying my best, mom," you can expect the mother to cringe within...Read More