A LESSON LEARNED?

How Strange it is to think I know the will of God for my life.
How strange it is, to think that I can know someone That I talk at but seldom listen to.
How strange it is To want someone to love me even when I’m not sure what that Love should look like?

So often we say, “I’m gotta take a chance”! With something as important as my love? No, the love I guard is not my own! But it is to me worth more than what; to whom?

How strange it is to realize that That someone does Love me enough; And has placed me in a place where I am able to be Loved. Love must be realized in order to be immulated. How can someone that has never known Love, Love?

So, to think that I was created to Love as I had hoped to be Loved; Then left, so to think, if not to know; Then to know That I too was loved But not as I thought I wanted to be Loved; hummmn?!

How Strange it is to think I know the will of God for my life.
How strange it is, to think that I can know someone that I talk at but seldom listen to.
How strange it is to want someone to Love me; When I’m not sure what that Love might or should look like.

So often we say, “I gotta take a chance”! But this love that I guard is not worthy! But it is to me worth more than nothing to me?

How strange it is that someone has Love me enough to be placed in a position that forces me to Love them more: For Love must be realized or someone will never know the Love they never gave; until they can’t give it. To think, that I was created to love as I had hoped to be Loved And left, so I think, to learn that I to was loved but it was not the Love I wanted thus; I did not appreciate that I had it, all along.

So, I conclude; That Love is given that we may know what Love truly looks like. But what of the person that give such Love? Must I return that Love as given? As if it were a favor owed? Would that be Love or

A DEBUT TO BE PAID

Sammie L. Carter

Sam373’s Blog.com 2/01/2019 0243hrs

~ by Sam373'sBlog on February 27, 2020.

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