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I know this is going to sound cliché, but I am grateful for my failed relationships. Not because I did not end up with the people I was involved with, but because of what they have taught me about my choices and about what I thought love was. I no longer say, "I want to find love."When you are looking for love, you end up passing people by, or you end up in a relationship where one of you are chasing a third entity — a love triangle. Instead, I am looking to meet an individual who has certain characteristics that I am looking for in a partner, and see how things evolve. This has been the most difficult choice I have had to make in order to transform how I understand a relationship — namely, if you want to create closeness with a person, nothing should stand between you and them. No thing. Not even love. It is only when we remove our concept of love out of the equation, that the masks fall and truth is revealed. Neale Walsh, author of Conversations with God, said that there are two important questions that we should ask ourselves before getting involved with anyone. The order of these questions is mandatory.