Let there be Spaces

After ending a relationship in the past, my broken heart made its way to an art show where this piece reached out and touched me. I stood there and wept, not only for a love lost, but for the lack of knowledge I realized I had at the time. This piece gave me a peace and understanding that I had been blinded from before.

You see, relationships and togetherness aren’t always about being together all the time. Having a partner isn’t about giving up your self for him/her or losing your own vision and focus. It’s good to put everything you can into a relationship as most relationships you think are worth it, are. But don’t lose sight of yourself. Don’t forget who you are and what you stand for. You must know yourself and your standards before you can fully give and grow completely with another.

So love today. Love always. And let there be spaces in your togetherness, so that the winds of the heavens might dance between, around, through and with you.

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And Happy V-day, folks. May love wrap itself around you today and always. May your dancing feet keep moving you and grooving you towards One Love.


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  • February 14, 2012 - 4:11 pm

    K - I love this. It was written by Kahlil Gibran in his book “The Prophet.” I highly recommend it. Same with “Love, Freedom, and Aloneness” by Osho. He has some extreme views but it’s great.

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