The Formation Of A Romantic Relationship

Sariel Ben Aviv
2 min readAug 21, 2021


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Every relationship stems from a need, or a number of needs, and a romantic relationship is included in this concept.
When the word romance appears, we immediately associate it with motifs of emotion — like lust, but the root of the desire for romance stems from a more spiritual need.

A relationship is in a sense a tool for self-discovery, so I recognize curiosity as the central motif for wanting a romantic relationship.
We are looking for a romantic relationship that will take us to new heights we have not known before, discover new things about ourselves and be aware of the more practical side of our own spirituality.

I am not saying that a romantic relationship gives us meaning to life, but it is definitely a tool with which we discover our own abilities to do things we did not know we were capable of.

The concept of love has a lot of power to change us.

People are aware of it — consciously or unconsciously. — And since a romantic relationship has quite a lot of power, it’s quite natural if some people are in no hurry to get into it.

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Curiosity about ourselves leads us to prefer one spouse over another, but if we do not have a direction established from our observation we may not consciously identify our preferences and intuition will be our only consideration.

It is better that we identify our preferences so that we can route out of awareness of romantic relationships that are more suitable for us.

Our romantic relationships do not define us, they only help us define a higher value for ourselves.



Sariel Ben Aviv

With an artistic approach to life, my effort as a writer is primarily to evoke a broader style of thought.