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For love to know, and for us to find out
by dan Rosenhagen

Monday, August 30, 2010
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Reflections of inner self

 For love to know, and for us to find out.


When we embrace our fears we hold close to our hearts that which will become what we understand is love.

Is it not the same as when time presents us with a new day or the changing of the tide,

or moments of grief and loneliness?

Love comes to us in not only the sun’s rise or even in its setting,

let us also remember it as the day is long and in the blindness of the darkened nights,

if only to be reminded of it within the presence of distant stars.

As the moon influences the change of the oceans tide,

our emotional tide then moves within the shores of our soul.

Would not the beaches of the sea accept the fate of change

only then to become turbulent within their own bodies?   

Yes, the sea does become unruly but when it reflects the

silence of its depths, on its surface is instilled the calmness

and tranquility that is for love to know and for us to find out.





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Reviewed by dan Rosenhagen 8/31/2010
Thanks Debby, So many find this truism to be intangible, or maybe it just seems too simple to be of fundamental purpose. But then to say it and feel it, are the differences between words and experiences.

Thanks so much for being you.
Reviewed by Debby Rosenberg 8/31/2010
when one realizes everything external is a reflection of everything internal...then one understands to love everything
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