In nature, every living thing finds a way to survive and coexist with other living beings around the more successful to being. The more success it has, the better it is at survival. Better survival means the spread of the species and it can grow bigger and broader taking up more space and land. In some cases, being able to control or find more resources for a better, stronger life. This is of course part of the theory behind natural selection and evolution. Let’s take a closer look at how humans coexist and the importance of relationships
As human beings, we have many ways of coexisting with others and many reasons why we do so. We coexist with our family or friends, co-workers, clients, and even the person on the bus or walking down the street while reading this article and listening to your favourite podcast. Some relationships are built to pass along information and even there there there are multiple levels of information and varying different characteristics of it, the importance of varying width and with that the level of importance to the relationship that delivers information, information and the interaction that holds many different values but all hold a value because relationships with others enable us to survive. For us, human survival is just the beginning.
Our society has very many variables to it. And so the importance of relationships that come to us, but remember the importance level can change and the person’s importance can change with it. Some people stay in our lives for a while, but others fade away the importance can be defined according to our emotions towards them, we might have family and friends in there a question can surface here around how we decide to define family. Is family only decided by who we are born around and those who share a common ancestry or can it be defined by those who we face adversity and dangers? A common experience that led to a long learning session of survival can form deep bonds and ties we learned to trust these people well with life we learned to trust these people like no other. There is no longer any question of trust. It abandons you, to them. Sometimes circumstances can put us together and other times an attraction before this circumstance puts us in the same place.
Trust is an important basis for forming relationships in our society. Trust that we will know we can be there for someone and that they will be and they can share the when things get heavy trust that you can share in the celebration when it’s time. We need to build relationships in a way that people know they are a part of our life and that we will share in their life. The best reason for forming relationships is the sharing of that time. Friends and family want to know you will call when you are sad or happy that you won’t just show up because of a complaint or need help that you can that you call life when life is light and happy and that you really want bonds that last we share with people hold the emotions light and heavy. That and that waiting period between that we check in just because and no other reason. Our relationships are our bond to life.
Yehloe The Poet is the type or poet that keeps it real.
He is a fun person that loves humor, and reality on many levels. He helps build relationships, spoken word artist, author, and entrepreneur.
He grew up in the streets of Chicago’s southside. He has tried to keep a positive outlook on things and spread that energy to others. It hasn’t always been easy, but somehow he made it out.
He loves having fun, traveling, playing sports and being an all around fun and silly man. Having a sense of humor is like breaking the ice, as well as, opening the doors for good conversation. He enjoys making people smile or laugh, which promotes positive energy.
His journey in life led him to many ups and downs. His experiences has made him want to see others have better relationships and strong foundations. He had to stay strong many times in order to survive the streets and all of the negative energy he has come across.
Being a poet has given him the insight to see creative writing from a mental, spiritual, and energetic perspective.
Yehloe The Poet is an American writer, performer of poetry, and advocate of love and has multiple talents. His new book Redeem Love is a poetry book with diverse messages surrounding love, building, and repairing relationships. Recognized in multiple countries, cities, and states, as a must-read, and the messages conveyed in the book, are known to be inspiring for readers of all, levels of society. His poem “Beautiful Flower Process” was recognized as one of the most inspiring poems about growth in a California online contest. His poetry has taken its rightful place in, the hearts of people, via video, social media, performances on stage, broadband radio stations, podcasts and continues to date.