7 thoughts on “Believe

  1. Reblogged this on A Grateful Man and commented:
    I don’t recall seeing this saying before but it has instantly become one of my favorites. I saw it from Gina V’s wonderful blog Professions for P.E.A.C.E Thank you, Givna for sharing it!

    • Really Ben? I guess when we speak those truest words from deep within our hearts, those who do not resonate with our story may need to leave our lives. Although I am likely waxing philosophical when you were likely sharing your wit (or would that be waxing witty?) :) That’s what I do. Thanks for visiting this older post of mine!

      • I was in the part of my mind that thinks about falling in love rather than the part that dwells on more spiritual matters, at which level I agree with you totally. As for visiting older posts; I am trying to catch up with the days when incoming e-mail was overwhelming at the time. :)

        • Oooh… yes. Falling in love. The ‘disaster ensues’ part where we tell the truth in our heart of our love for another, and… well disaster ensues (I still lean towards the optimistic and hope you mean the way our lives will NEVER be the same once we fall in love… rather than the disaster that happens to our heart if torn from unrequited, or lost, love). Look at you! Provoking much thought in me from your four wee words :D

          • I’ve had opening my heart to another lead to both eventuality at various times. It has allowed me to become a rounded, if rather dented, person. ;)

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