How many times have we had all we have ever wanted, and yet we didn’t fully absorb the beauty of it. It’s not that we didn’t appreciate it while we had it — it’s just that we could have, or rather, should have done a better job letting it be known that we were happy to have it. And when this beauty (a friend, family member, relationship) slips away, they may never fully know what they meant to you. Take it from someone that has watched beauty come and go too many times in his life…when you have all that you ever wanted, let it be known that they are all you ever wanted. Don’t ever let yourself get overcome with any nonsense that gets in the way of opening your mind, emotional content, and heart to another that you love. Loneliness and heartbreak lasts infinitely longer than the temporary nonsense in your head that you think needs to be expelled from your mouth. Now go cherish all that you ever wanted… –...Read More
Month: June 2011
Jun 22, 2011 | Life's Lessons |
The other day I asked someone what her passions are. She mentioned something about not being restricted to old passions. This really resonated with me because it made me think that maybe I’ve been weighing myself down by hanging on to old passions. I have lists of things that I’ve always wanted to do, but maybe the only reasons they are still on those lists is because I’ve “always wanted” to do them. Perhaps I need to update my true desires in my life at this time in my life so that I can make room for the things that I want to do now….and in the future. It’s time for new passions! –...Read More
Jun 9, 2011 | Life's Lessons |
I’ve been opening myself up to the possibilities of finding someone that might not live very close to me. I guess for me the value I get from having a special lady in my life far outweighs the hour or so it takes to get to see her…....Read More
Jun 8, 2011 | Life's Lessons |
JCT: I just wanted to say that I’m sorry for being so resistant to this form of communication. I just realized something about myself that has nothing to do with you. Sometimes you rapid fire stuff so fast that I don’t have a chance to process and answer it before thinking about your next one coming in. That’s a flaw in ME and not you. I’m sorry for not giving your input more of a chance to process in me before reacting or wondering what’s coming next. I hope I can do better. VL: Now i’m crying!!! I’m sorry too. Sometimes I can sense that I’m overwhelming you, but I continue to push anyway and I need to not do that if I expect to have you hear me. I KNOW this and yet I still do it. I’m so sorry. (In a conversation with my good friend Vanessa. She’s teaching me a lot about how to interact with people — especially ones you care...Read More
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