Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Learning Love

"Sometimes you have to watch somebody love something before you can love it yourself."

Learning love...

...learning what is love. We are observers. From a young age we watched and we learned. The people around us taught us and influenced the basis of our perception and interpretation of the world we live in. A lot of what we learned were abstract concepts - joy, contentment, desolation, loneliness, peace, exuberance, and love. Without words we learned the difference between like, lust, and love. We took this knowledge into the world to find our own loves - in friends, in significant others, in places, in moments, in experiences, and in careers. We see how others love, we see the love that other people have in people, in places, in things, and we seek to find that same kind of fulfilling love in our own lives as well because a life that is lived in love and for love is a life that was well-lived.

Besos,
RC






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