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  • Is it the Man or the place????

    8 posts, 4 voices, 684 views, started Aug 13, 2012

    Posted on Monday, August 13, 2012 by Jolynn333




    • Amethyst
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      I met him while in a place of complete peace and calm....I’d never experienced this place before.   no traffic, phones, tv, children or husband needing me.....this place was thousands of miles away from anyone..or anywhere....this place felt good, it felt like home....the man who ran this place felt good and right....I could not eat because I felt whole!  Complete.  He was a rugged man with a voice deep and thoughtful.  He was protective because I was from a land far, far away...known only by the news and rag magazines.   He made sure I was safe....he was generous... making sure I had food and drink....he did not know the effect he had on me....he was doing what he does....taking care of a client...but I was not an ordinary client....I was a woman longing for what I found in this place far, far away....I was a woman who was happy and content until I realized this part of me was missing...and I saw it...felt it....and was complete. He made it easy for me to grasp...to feel it and know it........so I ask...is it the man?  or is it the place?  that makes me “complete“.





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          Nita P wrote Aug 13, 2012
        • a good combination of both at a time in your life where you appreciated and needed it the most.  life need not be poetic, fancy or overflowing with material things for it too be gggggooooooodddd



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          Jolynn333 wrote Aug 13, 2012
        • But what if it was not a “fleeting” feeling or something that just happened when I needed it?  what if that is what I need to continuously feel complete...



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          Nita P wrote Aug 14, 2012
        • i have difficulty with the word complete.  i do not believe there is absolute complete but there can be ones reached level of personal satiation in whichever area of your life.  the decision/decisions you make to get and maintain this hopely will not hurt anyone or there is minimal harm to others.  also what is generally alright in society does not have to be your absolute.  live, do not harm others and do unto others as you would have done to you...something like that.estatictongue outohhhhheart



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          Jolynn333 wrote Aug 14, 2012
        • I think that my goal is to find what parts of the experience were the most meaningful....the ones that made me feel “complete” and incorporate them into my real life and find a balance.....   Thank you.estatic



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          Tuliplady wrote Aug 14, 2012
        • Sounds like a combination of man, place and situation in life.   A pleasant interlude.  Interludes, vacations, retreats or whatever you want to call them may be needed at times in our life, but cannot be sustained as part of everyday living.  they are nice memories to revisit from time to time.

          I agree with what Nita said as well.

          Tulip



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          Jolynn333 wrote Aug 22, 2012
        • Tuliplady,  An interlude.  I do like your wording.  This may be an interlude with a friend I will have for the rest of my life.  estatic



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          Tuliplady wrote Aug 22, 2012
        • I do agree with Nita about “complete“.  It is human nature to always want more.  When we get what we want, it’s not quite enough we want more.  It’s just the way we humans are made.

          Tulip



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