“I personally believe that each of us was put here for a purpose to build, not to destroy. If I can make people smile, then I have served my purpose for God.”
– Red Skelton
What is Love?
When I asked my sweetheart, this is what she said,
I agree with Commitment, I add
Acceptance is not a word I’d have used or thought 20 years ago, yet it was totally important in my first 61 year relationship. Without it my first wife would have left me, because I was traveling so much. She accepted the aloneness as part of our commitment to being servants of the Spirit. I accepted the Spirit’s use of me, even though I was lonely every night, away from her. I courted her constantly, enjoyed the happiness and love we shared. Her last words, the only ones she uttered each of the last two days,
I love you, thank you.
…made it totally worth the effort.
Acceptance was very personal in the first months of life with my beloved third, present Sweetheart. My second wonderful relationship ended in widowhood. I was tired and lonely when “Henn” and I came together. She took my loneliness away as I did hers. She is proud, impatient, needed acceptance as she is. We needed months together to reach total Acceptance of each other. We achieved it and are free of the past.
As you reconfigure your life and start over, give and receive
Nuff Said !!!
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