We choose to be single, because we prefer that to the hastle of a bad news relationship. We choose to be single because we love our own company, and therefore feel connected to ourselves and higher powers, alone.
We choose to be single because we have other priorities. Those may be permanent or tem- porary. We just focus our heart and mind on other things. A relationship would interupt.
We choose to be single because of self respect. We don’t want to give away, that precious pearl within us, cheaply. So, we stay cautious.
We choose to be single because we love some- one who may not love us, or may love us, but doesn’t want to be in relationship with us.
We choose to honor that love and we measure that love as the standard for the future. Until it comes with someone else, this is the bench- mark, all else is too much compromise.
We choose to be single because we have found a certain spirituality within us. Our lives are independent and we have broken the fam-
ily chain of dependency, abuse or even the conditioning of convention. We want to make our own path.
We choose to be single also because we know how to love. Unlike most people we can separate love from relationship, and so, we are capable of huge amounts of love with a diverse range of people, without having to be in a relationship with them.
We choose to be single because we don’t want one of those relationships that are a facade, a pretense at love but really are just bound up in rules and issues and low consciousness around other people. We choose to be single because we put everything into a relationship that didn’t work, and we don’t want to waste that gift on just anyone, ever again.