ming767 48F
247 posts
11/15/2005 12:50 pm

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One can acquire everything in solitude but



rm_hyperbrit2 78M

11/16/2005 7:15 am

The most important relationship we have in life is the one with ourself.So who ,I wonder,is the other part of us that we are discovering in that process?

rm_hyperbrit2 78M

11/16/2005 1:50 pm

Since I have found my special one inspired by you I share with you now:that other part of me is the power of the universe,which comes in many forms"the Power of Touch"being just one.When we connect with it our dreams come true. Ming you are the Goddess of the West Wind traversing the planet.In your slipstream rides your prince.Look behind and you will see him,a little afraid to reach out because of your awesome power.Reach out to him with the gentility,humour,humility and all that you are because he is all those things too.Remember the "Ode To the West Wind" "o wind..if winter comes can spring be far behind "

rm_hyperbrit2 78M

11/16/2005 7:09 pm

Forgot to mention: when you stop looking he comes,the Law of Paradox.Just know he's there and welcome the energy!

timo-timo 70M

11/17/2005 7:24 pm

i love u miss m. and you know a lot of good sayings, don't you. and know how to turn away and hold your head down, so that big boy won't be afraid of you...but is drawn into the gap...the created trust...of submission and obedience....as you are with me....perhaps someone is more an m whisperer than i realized... Yes, character seems so developed by what rises between both of us....between us and our other beloveds...as we dance...and flow... and become into the unknown of future aliveness....where the one constant will be that i love you, m....as surely as i love all who suffer. For, in their suffering, is not arrogance and pride and distraction lost, and so are we not all in this condition of abject vulnerability worthy of all that each of us can give? I choose to give. And to you, all my heart.

Where else, M, would character matter, but in relation to one another?


rm_bessamemucho 49M
229 posts
11/20/2005 8:28 am

"Solitude has soft, silky hands, but with strong fingers it grasps the heart and makes it ache with sorrow. Silitude is the ally of sorrow as well as a companion of spiritual exaltation". ~ Gibran Khalil

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