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My Lord, I know I've been away for a while but I'm back. I guess I inadvertently took the summer off.

Well to get everyone up to date, I am single again. The last one didn't work out or I should say at least not yet. We are still cool but it was just bad timing for both of us. So we decided to separate until things turn around to avoid growing to hate each other. Work is about the same and the bowling league has restarted. We now have 20 lanes of LGBT teams of four. Wow.

OK, so now something that has really been on my mind. So often when it comes to relationships, many of you have heard me use the phrase, "A love that hasn't lived will never die." In other words, sometimes you may know that the person that you are with is a dawg, they misuse you, cheat on you, take your money and your time and despite all of this, you still have a flame for them. Even though you know in your heart they are not the right one for you, you may have a love for them is not exhausted. Until that love is exhausted, my belief is, you can not truly move on.

Even if you force it by leaving them and possibly even begin dating someone else, your mind and heart will still be distracted. I believe that you will not openly and honestly divulge yourself into that new relationship or new life despite your best efforts. It is not until you allow that love for Mr. Wrong to be exhausted that you are liberated and freed to proceed with your life to the fullest. Of course, this is just my opinion.

Well, the other day I began to think about it in another way. What if you think about it as a way to preserve life? Suppose as long as you have a love for anything (romantic or otherwise) you will continue to exist or live. For example, how many times have we seen or heard of an elderly married couple that once one passes away, the other pass shortly thereafter. Or an elderly person that has passed away shortly after they retired. As if the minute that their love or passion was exhausted, they died.

I have made a vow to myself to keep loving God, family, life, and people.

6 comments:

Lyrically speaking October 17, 2008 11:10 AM  

Wow, whatta post! LOL, lot's of details to ponder upon. It's good to remain, too much drama unless you do find that special soulmate. I've been really sick which is why you haven't heard from me. I'll keep in touch for sure and call you

Darius T. Williams October 20, 2008 6:04 AM  

Welcome back...sorry it didn't work out with you and ol boy - he was cute.

So, welcome back again...um, don't be gone that long this time - okay?

ShawnQt October 20, 2008 8:59 AM  

wow that was a powerful thought u just gave me... as long as I continue to love, I will live!

Thanks Ty!

ShawnQt October 20, 2008 9:00 AM  

I want to do a creative challenge now LOL.

Ty October 20, 2008 10:04 AM  

@ Darius - LOL. Yeah, I know it was a bit of a hibernation. I'll do better.

@ Cathy - It tis truly so good to hear from you. I was so geeked to hear back from you.

@ ShawnQT - Cool. Did you want to do the creative challenge on your spot or do you want me to start one?

fuzzy October 21, 2008 6:27 AM  

Ummm whoever decides to do it, I wanna be on board!!!

Ummm I'm gonna need you to stop slapping me upside the face with your posts! It had me really thinking... Can love ever really be exhausted? or is it just overshadowed?

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