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February 23, 2016

Do You Know Love I Just Want to Know

by James R. Yarbrough

Sun Breaking Through the Clouds (I love you) 2-23-16

Love

 

When you are being you, the person who you really are you will not harm yourself or anyone or thing that you love. Neither can you feel love for someone who hurt or does harm to you. You may not know why, but you will know love. This is a truth that cannot be disputed.

Many who think they know love are just confused by the thought of being or wanting to be, yes, in love. They easily fall prey to its allure. When you are weak, the sound seems strong but the message you hear, if you listen, is not so clear. You hear and see all that your eyes and ears tell you. But what does the mind have to say. The first person to confer with is yourself. What do you say.  I say that love can be a wonderful thing when you know what it is.

What is beyond what you think you see, is more important to me. Who is that behind those sweet words and “fancy dress.” Is it just an illusion, smoke and mirrors or perhaps a bit of both and a smidgen of bait and switch. Time will tell and one thing is for sure; that time that it took to know is no more. Though, do not be discouraged for love is always in the air. This you know because a whiff here and there tells you so. It does not linger long for those who seek what love could never offer. Love is not, has not and will never be material in its nature.

You cannot love both someone and something. Love is reserved for the deepest of feelings that require the ability to communicate. It is not love if you are not capable of returning that love by what you do and say. If hurt comes to you from what I do, what I have for you is not love. And what you have for me it is not what it is thought to be. There are many things that love is not, and only one that it is. Love.

I LOVE YOU

 

 

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