This song somehow made its way into my brain today and I haven't been able to kick it. It's several years out of fashion so I didn't hear it on the radio on my way to work. It's funny how sometimes you just get what you need.
This is something I remind my clients about- that everything good and bad is completely temporary. The good moods, extra cash, free and easy friendships- they all shift and change. It doesn't meant they go away or go bad, but they change. It's one of the reasons I believe people hesitate for going for what they want in life- this idea that it can't actually work out, or won't last. I totally get that feeling- it's scary as hell. But because I'm on an ever-present mission to keep lookout for the good things in my life, I've noticed their patterns and how they work. The wonderful things change and evolve, and yes, at times move away. If you view that as bad news- that "nothing gold can stay" the good news is that nothing bad can either.
Thanks for the universe for sending me this little reminder today!
It's small consolation in moments of grief. I find the amount of grief is proportionate to the amount of love, and where love is present there eventually will be grief.
Some see this as a reason not to love, and to save themselves that eventual pain. These efforts are futile. When love demands to come in, it will with or with out permission. This cycle is a part of life and our human experience. Do not rob yourself of love, and the growth that accompanies grief.
Yes grief will come, but love was first, and love will remain.
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