• No take backs

    by  • March 17, 2014 • * Safe for Work *, To You • 2 Comments

    Crap. I did it again. But so did you. I always thought you were timid, afraid or maybe intimidated. I just never believed it was because you didn’t care. Now I am starting to believe otherwise. I am insane for holding on to the hope for this long. I know I have made mistakes but you are hardly innocent. You win. Or maybe you lose…

    2 Responses to No take backs

    1. Why
      March 18, 2014 at 7:16 am

      Turning love into a game is never a good idea. There should be no battle. No tactic, no strategy. It is what happens in your heart, not in your head. Some of the letters here sound like test results after job interviews. Did I win, did I lose, did I perform well enough? Helpful to find some key issues that need improvement, but does it really help to find love? I don’t believe that. While it’s certainly a common method to industrialize the search for love these days, it can be the best way to search long and miss it. You can check 1000 people and not a single one fits. It’s not shopping. You need to know who you are and be yourself and love will find you. Love is a feeling and no simple selection of conscious facts. It’s no chess game. You can rationalize every feeling, but does it help? Hardly. That’s the best way to get bitter, sarcastic and stay alone for a long time.

    2. Author
      March 20, 2014 at 4:26 am

      I agree. Love is certainly not a game. It is more of an art. I wish my person was here to read your response. It is not me who wants to turn love into a game. In my letter my refrence is more about winning or losing an opportunity than winning or losing a game.

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