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is it good or bad? two people, different nationality, different colors, different culture, different language, so completly different.

Two of a kind.
Brown and white.
Differences and comparisons,
Different lives on one territory,
Different circumstances,
Different way of life,
Different opportunities,
Different colors,
Different intellect,

Same inspirations,
Same sensitive language,
Same needs,
Same dream dreaming,
Same beat inside their hearts,
Same joy,
Same feelings,
Same key that opens the door to each other’s heart,
Same place, sometime, somewhere nobody will find them,
Fit perfectly to each other!

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    Apr 20 2014: Imagine if all flowers are red roses!
  • Apr 3 2014: Great subject Raba,

    All I think is about two levels of our existence.

    Where they are different, is on the external level. Where love makes the two into One is on the internal, or spiritual level.

    We are not our body, we are our spirit and only our spirit can love.
  • Apr 2 2014: Differences aside, enjoy your experience but do not hate when you can not cope,with pain and hurt. You will also need to depend on yourself and develop your thoughts to become stronger.
  • Apr 1 2014: It is good to learn but you need to pace your learning capabilities as to how much you can handle. It is bad because growing up causes pain and hurt. The question is how much pain can you tolerate?
    • Apr 1 2014: I'v eheard it time and time again
      But when you fall you can't pretend
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    Apr 1 2014: Conflicts exist no matter if we're from two different countries. Even we are brothers or sisters, we still have conflicts sometimes. So it's not difference that makes a difference. As a matter of fact, we should realise how different we are, and try to get on well with each other. Trust, understanding, respect and so on can help with any relationship. However, when we do have culture differences, we have to admit, they make things more difficult to handle.
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    Mar 24 2014: All is relative. Many conflicts have occurred due to differences that could not be resolved. Yet many relationships have been successful by differences that were complimentary.

    According to Darwin, pure breeding often leads to less resistance in the ability to fight disease. The most robust comes from cross breeding. The same is true for humans as it is to animals. Yet our territorial instincts come from same kind survival mentality. It's actually counterproductive from the biological aspect.

    In the ancient world, many conflicts were attempted to be resolved by intercultural marriages. The mindset is that people don't want to go to war with family members. But alas, there were many killings within family members due to power struggles.

    A lot of it is determined by what's important to you. Peace loving people will get along even in hard times. Power loving people will always find something to fight about. You have to decide whether your goals are realistic or based on fantasy.
    • Apr 1 2014: Yes, you're right.
      Loving, caring, sharing, understanding is only possible by talking, free thoughts and respect.
      So no matter what differences there are
      I hope that my goals based on fantasy will become reality

      First it was a fantasy
      Playing in my mind and memory
      Hoping to become reality
  • Mar 21 2014: Idealistic? Why not?
  • Mar 21 2014: I think that a succesfull marriage is an edifice that must be rebuilt everyday.
    Will that be possible when two people talks a different language and having another culture, raised with different values.
    • Mar 22 2014: Men need sex. Women need babies. It is boring at the top of the food chain. Women keep themselves occupied by raising children. Men don't. Extra-marital affairs are a symptom of boredom. "When two people talks a different language and having another culture, raised with different values" sounds like an interesting relationship.
  • Mar 20 2014: I am too old for you. Anybody else out there looking for an idealistic and poetic young lady?
  • Mar 19 2014: Not sure what is being discussed, could you explain it a little more?