My daily aphorisms. Reflections on life, death, beauty, change, love, happiness, etc., written in a poetic and whimsical style.
We have to suffer reality checks from time to time to remind us we are alive and to make the most of our time, that is for sure!
That's how I found out my first Wife was really real. Ouch!
And they can be repaired but the cracks forever remind us of the break. That's what my ex said about our marriage and added, "I'd rather get a new cup."
I've had the same dishes for 25 years now. Occasionally one gets chipped, but if they ever really broke, I would be heart-broken! I hope I have these dishes for the rest of my life, and if I treat them with LOVE, I will.
One by one your dishes will all be broken, and then you have to get new ones.
is that why i break all the time?
Is not it too late to know about there reality.Thank you, NP.Congratulations on regular updates.Best Wishes!
Once we let go of our preconceived expectations and perceptions of people, we get to see the REAL person and that is also when we experience REAL love... Unconditional love is loving what is real, and that is how we take our personal power back, for the other is no longer responsile for our happiness.
Nothing that is perfect is ever real. It is all our little nicks and stratches that mark the points that taught us something.
Great comments! Love them all!
True! love this one
And I have broken MORE than my share of real dishes!:)Melinda
I love this aphorism. The facade of never having a chink in the armor of "yeah, I'm cool" is a bland and exhausting charade that I have fallen into at times. It's so much juicier and honest to say- sometimes I'm a mess! We don't have to pretend to be perfect. There's power in our woundedness and vulnerability. Thank you for this aphorism.
Is this about dishes--or us??
Yes, learn from the experiences and taste the wonder of life.
we know it's for real if it break our hearts, be it love or something else. very true NP :)
I really like this one. Feels really 'real'. :) Shamash
As always, I thoroughly enjoyed these. Thank you for continuing to delight us all. One of them reminds me of the great words of Dlyan: "She takes just like a woman, yes she doesShe makes love just like a woman, yes she doesAnd she aches just like a womanBut she breaks just like a little girl."(And dishes.)Cheers,Cathy "She breaks just like a woman and she takes just like a woman