Quotes of The Day:
“Love is eternal, so let us give it some time.” -Chris Schwartz
“If love is great, and there are no greater things, then what I feel for you must be the greatest.” -Unknown
“Love is the triumph of imagination over intelligence.” -H.L. Mencken
The idea of permanent is as far wide as it is deep. There is a sense of spontaneity that rides the tail of this rich and powerful word. Permanent could be change in emotion, location, appearance, and/or time . Permanent could also be scary, happy, sad, and/or enthusiastic, to say the least. A decision is made and when it is, there is no turning back. A commitment to oneself, declared by a single movement or movements, for that matter, initiates permanence. I think of love as permanent. A substantial feeling, growing, increasing, amplifying, intensifying and soon to be enthralled, fully consumed and submerged by oneself. See, we all have the capability to love and to be loved. Yes, love changes and it may not be permanent with one person, thing or idea but the infectious emotion recurs in hopes of finding its permanent home. The idea of love is to last a life time, a love that lasts forever. Love that passes only provides a stronger foundation of experience to the next. The abilities we’ve been given as human being are powerful and should be used to benefit our surroundings, communities and our neighbors. The rapid cycle of all things love is waiting to burst at any given moment, on any given day. Hating something is like loving something, as contradictory as that sounds. There’s an obsession with that feeling directed towards a certain object or idea, stirring raw emotions consuming your mind, body and soul. That passion is alive, the dedication is evident, as if one were in love. There is great power behind the word love, as it comes from a place within, nonexistent till experienced. Love can be found in many places, shapes and forms, but love is permanent, not temporary. Life’s seasons come and go, bringing different scenes, creating new heights, views, and revealing new doors of experience, essentially fostering new seeds of love.