Have you truly lived? Part 2 re love...  

rm_txrose4uNTX 57F
5791 posts
6/1/2005 10:32 pm

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Have you truly lived? Part 2 re love...

Everyone should live life like there was no tomorrow. Too often people do that just when they learn that they are terminally ill and then try to make up for lost time. You should take a look at your life and question yourself...."Have I truly loved life to my fullest capability? If I die tomorrow, will I have truly loved and be loved?"

What will your answer be?????

I have been truly been fortunate to loved and be loved unconditionally and hope that I will be able to encounter it at least once more in my life time. The man I hope to marry (when I do get married again) will be a lifer (I hope no more deceased husbands in the near future ); and, I am not going to just settle for one thing or another. The man I marry in the future (whether it be next year or ten years from now, I am in no hurry to be married again, although I enjoy being married --- make sense?) will have ALL the qualities I am looking for, as well as exceed what Kev was to me (which is a tall order) -- the doting on me, the spoiling of me and him allowing me to spoil him in some ways, the open talk about sex, the sharing of each other's dreams, the teamwork working towards our goals, going to places together, travelling together, exploring each other, etc., etc.

In the meantime, I am wanting to experience love and sex in all the possible ways I can. I would love to explore some dom/sub aspects, as well as tantric sex aspects (the subject of some of my past blogs). So far, I have been quite pleased with the men I have met through AdultFriendFinder and look forward to seeing one in particular again soon.

Curious as to what your answer will be....Can you honestly say that you have truly experienced love in all the heightened glory that love can be...unconditional love... etc?

rm_txrose4uNTX 57F
3289 posts
6/7/2005 8:36 pm

gecapetillo - Could you or someone translate for me? Se habla un pecuinto espanol.....

rm_gecapetillo 52M
1 post
6/7/2005 12:38 pm


rm_txrose4uNTX 57F
3289 posts
6/3/2005 11:26 am

avgjoe -- (*blushing*) Why thank you!!!

Guess that is why I DO live in Texas... no other state can compare!!! lol...

rm_txrose4uNTX 57F
3289 posts
6/3/2005 11:24 am

mrtxtr2 - Actually, in most relationships people do change over time. However, there is such a thing that love is just so great that it cannot change....

Mrytrxtr2 61M
3 posts
6/2/2005 7:56 pm

I have experianced some level of love affair 4 1/2 times and there were moments I thought were "True Love". However, together with your thoughts about living life to it's fullest; I try to live honestly one moment at a time. Some day that may lead to a Love for all time, but my experiance is that many people are swayed by the struggle or lack of perfection in their lover. People change

rm_txrose4uNTX 57F
3289 posts
6/2/2005 1:03 pm

AmberSolaire - "Mostly"????? Care to expand upon that????

rm_txrose4uNTX 57F
3289 posts
6/2/2005 1:00 pm

avgjoe -- EXACTLY, what is it that I am doing??? Searching for that special someone... It can seem to be an undaunting task.....

Hopefully, we will all find our perfect quest!!!

rm_txrose4uNTX 57F
3289 posts
6/2/2005 12:57 pm

looken4sumfun2 - You are so right about the elderly. They have truly mastered the love aspects by that time. It would be nice to have it mastered b/4 then show one could share a lifetime of love with their partner rather than just the life towards the end of time on this Earth. The formula? I think that you have stumbled on it already....finding the right person to understand and share that formula with is a whole 'nother aspect.

I had my chance with Kev....unfortunately, it was cut short by God needing him up there with his own father who died in 1986.

We all chase that dream again ... and some chase it for the first time; hopefully, we will all have the opportunity to truly experience it in the end!!!

AmberSolaire 42M

6/2/2005 12:56 pm


rm_txrose4uNTX 57F
3289 posts
6/2/2005 12:17 pm

Too cool, cajunpet... Thanks for sharing that with me.....

looken4sumfun2 54M

6/2/2005 9:56 am

Love ... You can write a book on the subject and only scratch the surface. I can honestly say that I've been fortunate to experience this phenomenon, yet hope to realize a greater understanding. I truly believe, one's love for another only comes from the unselfish, unconditional acts of giving that you do for that person and not what you receive. To hang onto that feeling of infatuation or to blame someone else for your lost feelings of love, is to ignore your own failures. You must cultivate your love for it to grow.

The dream I chase, I had the privilege to witness while managing several different restaurants over my years. I would always make the point of checking with patrons and see that they were enjoying their dinner. I also tried to spend a couple minutes with regular patrons and hear them talk about their experiences. I was in awe of the elderly, retired couples that came in and with everything they did, showed how in love they were with each other. They knew what the other was thinking without speaking a word. He was respectful, protecting towards her, she was flattering, flirting towards him and they would constantly be exchanging a smile or wink to each other. You couldn't help but notice how happy they were to be together.

A formula for love I hope to find someday.

cajunpet 70M
1185 posts
6/2/2005 5:46 am

Unconditional Love

A treasure to be cherished, A gift from God above;

Is the beauty of a friendship, Touched by unconditional love.

A love that asks no questions, Believes in all the best;

Never doubting, ever trusting, Withstanding any test.

A love that weathers any storm, And yet that love still stands;

Through the very darkest hour, It still reaches out a hand.

There in that hand the sweetest gift, That you can give a friend;

A heart that cares, a love that shares, That will be there till the end.

A treasure to be cherished, A gift from God above;

Is what I share with you my friend, An unconditional love.

Yes TxRose, I had it once, and I hope to have it again, like you.

Take Care. Keep On Blogging!!!! Have a great day.

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