Take away our sensitivity and you take away our empathy, our ability to be with others. Take away our sensitivity and a sunset is merely just another sunset. Take away our sensitivity and connection loses its meaning for us.
When partners do not choose each other day after day, trust and commitment erode away.
A healing crisis is often part of the healing process. If we want to be true to ourselves, we have to release our old wounds and conditioning. Some people call this healing, others integration.
I keep on giving
I don’t know
who else will let the light in.
There’s a magic about you; did you know that? You’ve seen the worst in people, in situations, but keep finding silver linings. You’re an optimist, even when the world tries to force you into pessimism.
You know how having a bad fight with a significant other or family member feels so draining, you might as well have thrown back six tequila shots? That’s what they dubbed an “emotional hangover.”
I just can’t help but wonder, is happiness real or are we just telling ourselves it’s out there so we can have a little hope that there’s something better than this? Because when you’ve got hope, at least you’ve got something to believe in.
In a world where people are so damn scared to love, you never change.
Watching someone or something disintegrate before your eyes is like flowing in a current downstream with absolutely nothing to grab on to. You have no choice but to accept your lack of control and welcome fluidity as a new form of being.
My mind is blown that I still care about you. I’m blown away that after all you’ve caused, I still wish you well.