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Sometimes I sit and think about my life and my relationships. It makes me wonder about the ever elusive intangible feelings of L O V E.

In order to love another you must first love yourself. Not part of yourself, but your whole self, from the inside out. You have to embrace your own being before embracing another.

Having been in love (only two times in my life), and although my heart is open to love… I wonder… Will I allow myself to open my heart up wide enough to allow someone else in? Will I grant him full access to my mind, body, and spirit, or will I cordon off a percentage, holding just that little piece of myself back?

I’m told that people come into our lives for a reason and only for a season, so is my season over? Or has it just begun…I hope its just begun because life is too short to spend it alone and it gets shorter if you spend your time with someone you do not truly love. Sadly, this is a daily occurrence.

I talk to a lot of single men and women and while the majority still believes in love, and desire to love and be loved, some of them have given up on finding true love. They meet someone and if they like them and can tolerate their presence then that is great for them…they are willing to live out the rest of their days with someone they like…not someone they love. They have given up on that ever elusive intangible feeling of love.

Do you believe in love?



Soulchild74 said…
I can definitely understand about falling in love. There is a mixture of vulnerability and courage. You have to give of yourself in order to be in love with someone else.

Some say that falling in love is easy. I don't believe that. I think it is easier to stay to yourself because you know yourself so well. Next in difficulty is falling in love followed by a commitment to someone.
SassyScribe said…
SC...that is true, but how long are we going to allow fear of loving another keep us from knowing true love.

I feel really good knowing that I have someone that loves me and cares for me, that is not related and/or obligated to give love because your blood. But someone that you click with, as cliche as tht sounds...its the truth...
Annie said…
I believe that love is a choice. We choose to love someone. We control the door to our home - we can open it to some and close it to others. May God bless you indeed.

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