1. cherylz1961
    December 8, 2012 @ 9:52 pm

    My dear, I am so sorry you are hurting so deeply. I pray that hope springs up and gives you the courage to move forward in life. I have an encouragement blog you might want to visit when you are feeling better.


  2. justbishop
    December 9, 2012 @ 1:50 am

    “I am not crying anymore, but tears are still falling out of my eyes anyway, of their own accord.” Can’t say I’ve been where this piece takes place, but I have been where this sentence is before. 🙁


  3. Russell Bradley
    December 9, 2012 @ 11:37 am

    I hear the laughter of a thousand mermaids as they swim in your tears.
    You have given them a place to play in that salient drip, the tale you prepair for your self is one of becoming lost and you harbour in it.
    The shelter is not there.
    What understanding can be had from that mermaids tale.

    When the tears stop that story will end, and you will no longer be held in its grasp.
    There is no meaning in confusion its a mine field, no need to examine it, no need to fix it.
    Every time you start to sing that lonely tale in your mind replace it, with one thought.
    Repeat the word Brilliance over and over, 10.000 times if you need too.
    A gap will appear between you and that confusion you will know its not you.
    You will begin slowly, to align with consciousness the still peace that you heart understands, it will take time and practice but it will hold you, Trust it.
    One Billion million Blessings


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