Originally Posted by Playlife
Of course it is. That's why I feel it's best to embrace both masculinity and femininity in oneself.
That's an interesting take, what I meant of course was men and women being together while acknowledging their differences.
I don't think it's wrong to embrace the strong and soft parts of yourself. I am not saying that, and the article did not say that either.
"Man is the out-breath of source energy. It is his job — his duty — to share his love with the world. He must wean himself from suckling the energy of others and become a vibrant transmitter of energy himself. He must allow that energy to flow from source, through him, and into the world. When he assumes this role, he has no doubt he is living as his true self.
We could say sharing love with the world is acknowledging that loving, kind part of yourself.
It's more polarity. No you're not 50/50 you're more likely one or the other.