PineRaven wrote:I don't feel sad about it either, but I don't want to loose friends simply because they are human beings.
For me it is quite a challenge emotionally to ride all these waves, particularly when the people I care about are the ones making the waves, yet are simultaneously unaffected by them and also think they are right, and believe me to be the bad guy - it's all rather messy.
PineRaven wrote:I wish you all the best in your journey, blessings and peace to you.
Perhaps what your close friend needs is for you to be yourself, and continue on your way, who knows what changes time may bring - even if it is just you being present and true to yourself... I have known people who may see the smallest thing in someone else who is 'awake' yet do nothing to change themselves for a long time, but that small thing stays in their mind, like a seed waiting for the right conditions. They mention years later to me something that 'stood out' in a good way all that time, but they were not able to really grasp or voice it.
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