People tend to move from place to place with the hope of starting anew. They tend to travel around the world, looking to find themselves, intending to escape their troubles. In response to this, Seneca, a Roman philosopher from the 2nd century once wrote, “Your faults will follow you withersoever you travel.”

Even though Seneca lived thousands of years ago, his words ring true amidst today’s fragmented families. Many men and women engulf themselves into the current sex culture. Couples completely give of themselves without any intention of staying together for the long run. And what happens? Children are left without their biological parents. Men and women continue to move, search for and seek happiness, which they fail to realize they are actualy running away from. Seneca also concluded, “If you really want to escape the things that harass you, what you’re needing is not to be in a different place but to be a different person.” As Sex. Discovering Real Love in a World of Counterfeits claims, it is not experience but commitment through trials and tribulations that yields the peace and happiness humanity seeks. Building and making a home in the reality of where one is, rather than leaving the wreckage for someone else, is key.

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