Seven reminders

1.    You should recognize when love starts to feel like suffering.
2.    Be careful the excuses you make for the one you love. Especially knowing that if your love for them was taken out of the picture, their actions would be unacceptable.
3.     A lot of terrible things can happen when you forget who you are.
4.    So don’t forget who you are when you give love. Don’t forget you can pull the plug if it’s draining you.
5.     Don’t let one cloud darken your home. Remove the broken light bulb. Leave it empty. The sun will arrive any moment now.
6.     Letting go isn’t as easy as uncurling your fingers. It isn’t as easy as releasing your grip. It is a meticulous undoing.
7.     This will take time. Take as much as you need.

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11 thoughts on “Seven reminders

  1. It is never black and white. Kudos if this applies to you, however I can’t help but respond to the following:

    1. You should recognize when love starts to feel like suffering. – What about tolerance and enduring seasons of love drought? Cos it WILL feel like suffering when the love runs low/dry.

    3. A lot of terrible things can happen when you forget who you are. – Sometimes you need to forget who you are to learn or unlearn some things, so a lot of good things can happen as well. Also who says who we are is okay 100% of the time.

    4. So don’t forget who you are when you give love. Don’t forget you can pull the plug if it’s draining you. – Sometimes you need to be drained to appreciate love, to rebuild love, and to see a whole new perspective.

    5. Don’t let one cloud darken your home. Remove the broken light bulb. Leave it empty. The sun will arrive any moment now. – Can’t debate that.

    6. Letting go isn’t as easy as uncurling your fingers. It isn’t as easy as releasing your grip. It is a meticulous undoing. – Well for some people it is EASY. it is their default. Like me hahahahahaha.

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