Life and Love...

Life and Love...

There is so much to this life and love thing that it just seems overwhelming at times. We need to weed through the good the bad and the ugly in order to recognize those whom are "real". It seems to me that the Internet opens so many doors for us to travel through that one can easily get lost in the sea of the unknown. This seems to be especially true for those who may not have had much exposure to the world in general.(myself included) This is, in no way, meant to sound like an insult to those who have not had much experience in the ways of the world. The Internet gives us all an opportunity to grow in the hands of the information connection of life. We have the fortune of accessing the world in a matter of a few key strokes. It is a phenomenal experience. I have made friends all over the world. Who would have thought? In the same respect. we are also subject to coming into contact with people and/or information that we would not have otherwise been exposed to. There is always a negative side that has to be contended with.

As for love on the NET, I think we all need to be protective of ourselves to some degree. I know I had to learn this lesson, and it is not an easy one. First of all, everyone does not perceive situations the same way. Perception is such an amazing concept. We all need to be careful of how we perceive things. This is so important. I also believe we need to look within ourselves and be protective of our own hearts. I do not say this to imply we should be so self protective that we loose sight of our innate desire to connect with others on an intimate level. I do not mean to suggest intimacy as a physical experience only, but as the experience of wholeness; completeness in relationships. The intellectual, spiritual, and physical trio of intimacy. I don't mean to get off track here. My point is, self protection should encompass the recognition of ones worthiness as a man or a woman. Are we truly looking at our relationships as what is best for our lives? I have learned that not everyone will fit into my life, be they man or woman. This may seem to some as a judgment call on my part, but it is definitely not at all. What it is, however, is the mere fact that I have learned the value of understanding where I stand in my life and what I am willing to embrace. We all have morals, values, needs, wants, and desires. I choose to embrace these and to combine them with my sense of worthiness to fulfill what I desire to manifest in my life.

I wish everyone Peace and Happiness.....Life is an ongoing journey... "Within you is one of the most beautiful oasis you will ever find; it is absolute love. Seek the oasis with in your heart, mind, and soul." Ray Rathburn..... May we all connect with the oasis