We are scared of changes in our daily routines. Yet find great serenity in the continuous exchange of water in the ocean or rivers. We love to see change in the world around us as long as it doesn't personally affect us. However, change is good for without it, we become stagnant and stale. Our motivations, dreams, and passions lose excitement and drive in the monotonous activities of our lives. Yes, I do believe there are seasons for waiting, seasons of stillness, but I also believe in seasons of action in which we are called to embrace the new and step out of our comfort zones. //
Oh beautiful irony! What a daunting mistress you are. Tease me, please me, love me, leave me. Your childish trickeries have gone too far. How I waited long in desperation for your arrival. To find you nothing more than a fiend! And I the silly fool to be entangled in your tresses will never understand the core of your being. At last my love loosen your grasp. For I have opened my eyes and seen. The way to happiness my friends was inside of me. #thebountyhunter
"The only thing that could spoil a day was people. People were always the limiters of happiness except for the very few that were as good as spring itself."-EH. @j_fuchs7 it was cold AF but the company was better than spring...closer to a 🎶summer breeze🎶😜
@scribledreams: You do fall in love with a person. Completely, truly, deeply and madly. But it may not be forever. Like forever in short spans, maybe. Maybe we aren't made to love just one person. Maybe we fall for multiple people. Give pieces of our hearts every time we fall in love. And then let it die when we fall out of love. Maybe we don't have that one person, forever. But in a moment and the moment is longer than a simple second, we do love that person with everything we have.
@happiness._.incarnate: But what about holding on to one person. And plainly loving that person through out your life? Doesn't it take courage and dedication? @scribledreams : Holding on even when there is nothing to hold on to? I don't think that's wise.
@happiness._.incarnate: There's a lot to hold onto. Family for one. Stabilizing the heart is wise.
@scribledreams : But wouldn't it be unfair to the other person? Trying to fix the cracks with cello tape will just make it more visible and vulnerable.
@happiness._.incarnate: That's the thing. Both of the lovers must struggle and try to reignite the flame again and again. That makes it more beautiful. That gives love an entirely new meaning. Not the falling in love kind of love. The Given love
@scribledreams : Reignite the flame, that burnt both of them? And do what , get burned again? You can't press on to something that doesn't exist. And what if you fall in love with someone else? Then what? Do you ignore it?
@happiness._.incarnate : Burn and rise from the ashes again and again. Go through hell again and again. It'll obviously forge and strengthen the bond and strengthen our capability to love unconditionally and strengthen our humanity thereafter. Basically, why not try and control love rather than letting it control you? Love is rash and stupid. Rashness gives rise to dynamism. Dynamism breeds growth or destruction. All or nothing.
@scribledreams : Love is free and unshackled. You can't chain it. It's like air, it's there and not there. And I have seen more people fall out of love than try saving something, forever lost.(Continued in the comments section 👇👇)