Charlotte Kasl writes: We begin to see into the heart of each other with understanding, kindness, and care, and an awareness that transcends words. Fascination, humor, and delight replace fear, clinging, and worry. With a “beginner’s mind,” we are able to live in the present. We see ourselves and our beloved afresh each day, as we learn to dance lightly with one another amidst life’s unfolding dramas. We stay alive to each other through an ongoing process of asking questions: Who are you? Who am I? What do you feel, need, think, and want? What do I feel, need, think, and want? Thus, our relationship becomes dynamic and alive rather than static and predictable.