“It takes more courage to examine the dark corners of your own soul than it does for a soldier to fight on a battlefield.” – W. B. Yeats
I worship you
and I fear
how the blue light on your skin
makes me forget the pain I’ve seen
It’s too good to be true
this just can’t be you
you’re honey for my mind
of that sweet, overwhelming kind
who are you
fire, bright reflection?
oh how beautiful I feel
in the flaws of your perfection
letting go and I start to flow
giving in to the beauty
that is to watch you loving me
like twins in another place
who locked eyes and saw the same face
they were one before they were two
but finally forgot who was who
can I live up to your expectations
or, erm, do I really want to?
first I’m me, then I’m a woman
the one who gets to see that shall be my true man
my heart needs the space
to put you in its place
so I can love you truthfully
this is my bedtime prayer
in a scared whisper, I beg you
God teach us how to dance together
and show me how to love this man forever
“Life is not a problem to be solved but a reality to be experienced.” ~ Soren Kierkegaard
By creating drama, you’re finding a temporary purpose for your life. Suddenly, you have someone to listen to, changes to make, or simply put, problems to solve. But the drama will not last, and soon you’ll find yourself without a purpose again. So you create more drama. In your head, or out of it. I’m the kind of person that creates in both.
After drama happens, you feel strangely better – everything is in place, and now everything makes sense. But not for long.
Finding purpose in life is a duty we should all engage in. Because otherwise, we’re only going to create problems that are really not the battles we want to fight for. Things will not get out of control if you let go of control. Surprisingly enough, your life will start flowing more easily and people will start respecting you for who you are and helping you find your real purpose. There is no need to hold on for dear life.
Let go of drama. Problems do not define you. What defines you is hidden beneath them.
I am you.
Every single bit of you, in my mind, in my body, in my spirit.
When we fall in love, we start noticing each other. We become aware of how beautiful this is, of how beautiful we are. When we are experiencing romantic love, our perception shifts and we’re suddenly able to feel things without fear, without judgement, without clothes.
But what has changed between the time when things were just okay to being absolutely stunning?
Me. I have changed.
Everything else is just as it used to be.
Romantic love is a glimpse of our collective consciousness.
It’s the rare chance we’ve been given to experience something bigger than ourselves – a strong sign that few people pay attention to. And it’s a pity that it happens so fast. Like a good drug, this feeling will eventually fade away, leaving behind the hangover feeling that what we felt wasn’t real. But it was. And more real than your tears.
But inevitably, when a relationship is over, most of us will be lead to despise the ex-lover, just like we despise the drug, not realising that the right person at the right time, like the drug, is the master key that allows us to open the door to real, pure love.
By understanding that the lover is not the love, but the vehicle to experience it, we will finally be able to love the person without restrains. We’ll no longer obsess about the lover, or limit ourselves to the idea of love. We’ll simply love, together. And for a brief moment, we’ll understand the oneness of this all. And if we nurture this knowledge, this feeling can become our everyday reality. With or “without” that person. The door to Collective Consciousness has been opened.
Pure connection. Eternal truth. A relationship should never be forgotten, just like a master key should never be buried.
Let go of your ego. Why are you closing the door that you once opened together? you’ll find yourself desperately looking for the key to open it again soon. So unless you like this frivolous game, stop and realise that we are all the same.