To him, it’s simple: love is happiness; “it’s more fun than anything you can imagine.” He suggested this, like the concept of Namaste—the divine in me greets the divine in you— is a spiritual-relationship theme that extends across faiths and time: the Upanishads, Buddha, and so on.
Young people, he said, have an easier time grasping the concept of intrinsic worth, as do First Nations people.
Generally, no one is working as hard as the Edmontonians or Torontonians to meet each other.
Vancouver guys, he said, will memorize scripts before hitting the bar, or put on a he-man act for the evening; women, on the other hand, will dress poorly and reject everyone without giving them a chance.
Sarah Jones, for example, is a 34-year-old paramedic from North Vancouver who’s just returned from three months in Argentina and Brazil.
A breakup 18 months ago left her raw, she told the . She said she’s not emotionally ready for a partner again.
Now, as an adult, she’s given up on the Prince Charming dream; at the same time, she’s also given up on romance.“No one dreams of a really dependable man who has maybe lost his hair or is short,” she said. Darcy.”In a city where Teleky said she has trouble finding even a decent conversation, she’s stuck in no-man land.