According to Buddha
This is how we love, Buddha-style:
impartial to all, free from excessive attachment or false hope and expectation;
accepting, tolerant, and forgiving.
Buddhist nonattachment doesn’t imply complacence or indifference, or not having committed relationships or being passionately engaged with society, but rather has to do with our effort to defy change and resist the fact of impermanence and our mortality. By holding on to that which in any case is forever slipping through our fingers, we just get rope burn.
they, said some day you’ll find
all who love are blind
when your heart’s on fire
you must realize
smoke gets in your eyes
Baltimore, Maryland ~ random street ~ June 2015.