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Re: i don't belong....(careful, possible *t*) shrinking violet

Posted by Susan47 on April 16, 2005, at 10:39:09

In reply to i don't belong....(careful, possible *t*), posted by shrinking violet on April 9, 2005, at 12:49:05

If love were enough to keep you here Shrinking Violet then you would never go away. Some of us love and care for you so very much although we can't feel your physical presence; I can feel your spiritual presence and it's beautiful. We would all be losers if you left us. I feel so fortunate, because when I cry, the act of doing that is like a self-infliction, and I don't need to cut, I just deal with all the snot and the swelling.. seeing the swelling is painful, feeling the exhaustion is releasing ... I wish that for you too. You're so beautiful, if beauty were enough to give you happiness you would be so happy .. but if you've never felt what happy is, you need to know you're capable of it and somehow, feel the hope of one day soon getting a glimpse of that feeling so that you can get it more and more often. You're going through hell. It doesn't always have to be like that, in your life; just because you haven't felt happiness yet doesn't mean it isn't available for your brain. It is. It is. You just need to find the first connection. It can be made, it can. Living without it is hell, though. It's pure hell.


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