What I have learned (or not)  

seducttra05 44F
20 posts
4/9/2005 11:22 pm

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What I have learned (or not)


The dynamics of a relationship are very complicated. Sometimes, what one partner SEEMS to want can get misconstrued in a way that can be very detrimental to the fundamental form of love. I COULD elaborate on this but I think that anyone that has experienced it, in any of its forms, knows of what I speak and is probably now nodding their head in agreement. The basis of a loving relationship is, and always will be, sacredness of soul. The one true test of this is time, and only that will show the strength of the true meaning of "together". Blabbety blabbety bleah. I wish that things were simple, like what you read in romance novels and see in the movies, but the fact is..life is much more complex, and scary, and sad. The things you want to "be" aren't always what "are", and the things that are, are usually fucked up. And so, we just have to keep on trying...to prove ourselves, to prove where our hearts are, and to prove that we are worth something...but I guess if it weren't so, life would be pretty fucking boring.

Tala4u2 54M  
2961 posts
4/10/2005 1:47 am

We have to have something to keep us on our toes and stop becoming bland.

Tala, Wizard of The Kingdom of BooBoBia, DEITY,
PERVlander


nightstogether 56M

4/10/2005 3:08 am

Well put. Good to see someone with their head firmly placed in the Reality of life!

nightstogether
private-intellectual (.de)


mickey1330 40M

4/15/2005 9:33 am

Hi. To be very honest and true. I love reading romantic novel as a gentlemen.And yes you are so deep in your lovely speak. I would love to just sit back and watch you speak sweet words of love. This is what kept my head,mind together whiling serving in "IRAQ". Please can i be honor to admire you 24/7 365 a year.


redmustang91 57M  
8665 posts
5/3/2005 4:20 pm

I think stress kills more relationships than anything else. From too little money, too much pressure from kids, jobs, commuting, etc. Boredom is also a relationship killer. I believe in commitment, but also time off for good behavior! Nobody is perfect, and sainthood is reserved for few.


portugeselover 60M

5/4/2005 3:52 pm

You have obviously given this quite a bit of thought...i find it refreshing to hear someone speak with intelligence in there writing..
I would love to meet you,since it seems that you have no preconcived notions of perfect.... We all are different and this is the spice of life...We need only to find what makes us happy in life and then keep on it . It's great to be with someone who is your perfect mate but none of us are perfect so we must work at what ever type relationship we have...and keep looking ...and enjoy the ride !! Hope to hear from You soon !!


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