Bonds, Unbreakable Bonds

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As we move along in our lives, we meet people from all walks of life. We meet old and young men and women who are straight, bisexuals, homosexuals, transsexuals, transgenders, etc…  And given that you’re a person of an open mind and heart, you are willing to expose your true self to a portion of the people you meet. Some encounters are casual, ranging from smiling to a stranger to spending the night with one. On a personal level, I enjoy mostli looking into a stranger’s eyes thus forming a few-seconds-long bond and sharing a smile with them. Yes, I live dangerousli. With this eye contact I allow myself to try and see what kind of emotion lies in their heart. I leave it to you to deduct a full personaliti analysis when you go to bed with someone.

Sometimes we meet people and we immediateli relate to them. We enjoy their conversations, their sense of humor, or we find they compliment us in certain ways. We feel that we have known them for a lifetime. Some link that feeling to having known their soul in a past life (or several), as a famili member, friend or even lover. But that remains a debatable issue. What matters in the now is that we have formed a bond with a stranger that we find to be unexplainable. And as they mature through time and shared experiences, emotional bonds of this diagnostic become hard to break, regardless of their social nature.

Another theori states that “people come into your life for a reason, a season, or a lifetime*. When you figure out which it is, you know exactly what to do*.  By a reason, someone would come into your life to fulfill a specific emotional, physical or spiritual need or to provide guidance for you in some way. And then they leave your life when the “need has been met.” In a season, they bring joy or peace, or they teach you something new but onli for a short time. But, when someone is in your life for a lifetime “your job is to accept the lesson, love the person, and put what you have learned to use in all other relationships and areas of your life.”

I’ve had mani fallouts within my friendships. Some lasted for months, while others for years. But if you have built a strong basis originalli, you’re bound to overcome your issues. And as much as you stray away from your friend, you know the bond that ties you together defies the elasticiti law.

In a genuineli loving romantic relationship, you allow your partner into your life and you reveal your fears and let go of your inhibitions. Whether it’s short or long lived, I believe the love remains, even though it might mutate into hatred and endings may cause sadness and pain. Time will allow love to float back on the surface.

I trust it is up to us to turn the reason or season into a lifetime. We must be willing to invest in ourselves and in other people, and take the time to understand each other’s backgrounds, and the reasons why we act the way we do.

Whether it is in this season, lifetime, or another, if we are meant to belong with the person we love, the universe will bring us back together, when we are readi to do so.

*the reason, season, lifetime piece is available on several sites with an unknown author. If you happen to know whom it is please notify the team

Phoenix is a self-centered and sarcastic soul incarnated, perhaps by accident, in the bodi of a woman. As a writer with a temper, she replaces her "y's with an annoying “i” for aesthetical purposes and lives to crack a joke, at the expense of others. Her paranoid nature makes her sensitive to plants, animals and people. Ironicalli, after making fun of the Meem lesbians for years, she found a warm home there and is now renowned as its veri own emotional pest. She enjoys reading the paper with a hot cup of black tea while nude, more often than not.

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