My Yang ...  

Vevixen 52F
80 posts
4/25/2006 6:32 pm

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4/26/2006 5:38 pm

My Yang ...

Have you ever reflected on the significance of energy equilibrium? We all endure crises, some of us more than others, but we can all claim some hardship and sufferance, ...and frustration, ...and negative experiences.

What is crucial is the realization that these dark energies, as frustrating as they appear when one is in the midst of their confinement, are a necessary doorway to a much brighter time to come. How could we appreciate the sweetness of the Spring sunshine if it was not for those nasty bitter Winter days?

I have received the gift of hardship from high above...and been blessed with a reciprocated silver lining so much greater and more powerful...that I have come to look at any crisis in my life as a learning experience and a chance to grow....So when the Yin hits hard...I cry softly...knowing that better days will come bountiful of Yang....and today my dear AdultFriendFinder friends...today is a glorious Yang day!


ilsuconu 58M

4/26/2006 8:25 am

I've always believed that, just never knew that it was called Yin and Yang. There's been a lot of Yin days over the years, but for the most part, the Yangs have far exceeded the Yins!


Vevixen 52F
81 posts
4/26/2006 11:25 am

ilsuconnu...I am glad there are other positive thinkers out there. By the way...it took me a few minutes to figure out what i was looking at on your picture...quite creative....!


ilsuconu 58M

4/26/2006 11:51 am


That was one of those rare times when I did something purely on impulse! Speaking of "a few minutes" I almost passed by your blog when I saw the foreign language. But when I remembered that West Virginia isn't a foreign country, I took a second look (at your profile, too) and I'm glad I did!


ilsuconu 58M

4/26/2006 12:17 pm

Oops! I must have been having one of those "senior moments" -- I don't know where "West Virginia" came from... probably a subconscious part of me was thinking it's about time to travel to Wierton for my weekly cigarette ration -- they're cheaper there!


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