I do not dwell on my pain, but sometimes I write about pain and healing. Pain is vital and necessary. Our pain creates us, and we are our pain. Where would we be without pain and suffering?
I believe that everyone has something to turn to during those times of pain and crisis. Possibly a higher power or glimmer of light. Maybe a loved one or even the memory of past love lost.
Throughout my greatest struggles, my mind always turns to the greatest love of my life. During these most arduous periods, the unmeasurable love that I have for my children cuts through the night and saves me time and time again.
October 11, 2019
2 thoughts on “Love Never Lost”
Pain and suffering are very much part of our lives.
That photo with the balloon- was that taken in Montana?
I’ve visited Montana 6 times in my life and that scenery and those hills in the background look familiar.
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It does look a lot like Montana, but it’s here in Colorado. The balloon was flying over Chatfield Lake and State Park. I was able to watch it land in the park.
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