I Don’t Blame, ya!

It may have taken me a nervous breakdown and an sobering amount of self-pity, but I figured it out without explanation. Instead of destroying it; you wanted to preserve the link. It was impossible for me to heed, coming from a series of conditional relationships. I’m not sure if it was the anxiety or pride that made it difficult to interpret the language you spoke, but it was in my grace that it was not ignored. Although, I think it would have been one of those too good to be true situations:  Neither of  us were comfortable with unconditional love. I knew how to give, but not receive and you… the opposite. We were counterparts, never noticing that together we we became whole; a metamorphic life lesson neither of us were yet deserving of. It was not in my journey of unity with the universe, but in my exploration of self  that I found conviction.


17 thoughts on “I Don’t Blame, ya!

      1. You are welcome. Keep on writing more about your true love. I enjoy reading it. Thank you for sharing this precious feeling with all of us.

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    1. Thank you for letting me know this! I was in the shower this morning, where all epiphanies take place, and considered ending my blog career and just writing for personal use. I was indecisive on it, but your comment confirms that I can help others through my own experience. If I can leave this world making a difference I feel that I have truly lived. So it seems your journey is helping others also. 😉

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