Photos, always...and coffee forever
unlike the previous post, this post makes sense to me as i don't believe in a love that binds the spirit -- and that i call unconditional love, now, on the previous post -- it never feels the same when we revisit the feeling -- unless it is as real -- seldom happens so, i think...atleast with we it doesn't, Grand photos, Lorraine :)love,dev
**atleast with me it doesn't, dev
Oh a clarification -- a love that doesn't bind the spirit is what i call unconditional love :)dev
That is such a great description of unconditional love - wanting the best for the other person even when it means you won't be together.
An evocative post with a lot to think about...
Deep words here Lorraine - applicable I would say in every area of life...
true that...spot on L...sorry i am late traveled to NYC today...
Oooo... I thought I left a remark, kudda pushtda wonk key! (?)__Unconditional love, though hurtful to they that let go, is the only path to follow.__Nice, LL.
and knowing what you know, doesn't it stillhurt?Thank you Talon for understanding exactly what I'm sayingThank you Frank but does it have to hurt so much?Thank you very much SandyVery true my dear, do tell, how do you make it hurt less?Brian, never apologize,it would great if you even visited once a week :) hopeyou had fun :)Doug, I agree, the hurt though is phenomenal...know of a cure?
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