IT’S SO HARD TO COMMUNICATE; ONE WORD CAN HAVE SO-MANY-DIFFERENT MEANINGS.
I love you means I like you alot. I miss you means I miss something you do. I need you means I need sex. Your the one means your the one right now. I trust you means I trust as far as I can see. Don’t go means stay until I don’t need you. You hurt my feelings means nothing.
I find that there is something about me that bring out the worst in a person. Without reason, they have a need to prove that they are better than I. I give is respect, honor, understanding and kindness, still.
There is something about me that a person’s heart becomes hard with pride against me. They conclude that in their minds that I can’t be this nice or this sweet and become hell-bent on seeing my anger, re-action to their foolishness and mistreatment. I respond in peace. Anger clouds the mind.
There is something about me that gives a person the determination to hurt me and belittle me. They set out to destroy everything I do, say, think or feel. They go out of their way to prove me wrong or incompetent; to prove me to be nothing as if I carry myself to be more than they. I humble myself before them to lift them up.
There’s something about me that brings out the worst in a person but who am I to despise so greatly when I give nothing but best wishes. There’s just something about me… but who am I for them to work so hard to destroy? I really don’t understand but God for me is better than the whole world against me.
People Emotional people are very in touch with their spirit; very in tune to everything around them; sensitive to the actions of others. Emotional people need more comforting than any one person can give. We often try to (un-knowingly) control a person with our feelings or emotions, wanting someone to take responsibility for how we feel and do something about it. Sometimes emotions alter the outcome of relationships, plans and goals. Emotions seem to be a result of reasons, the outcome of a fear or expressing a need. It’s not childish to express emotions as a re-action. There are reasons for emotions.
From My Heart: Emotions should not run your life. Emotions should not control your every move or decision. You shouldn’t make a decision based on emotions. Most people really don’t care how you feel but don’t take it personal, that’s life. When you want to communicate your feelings and people label them as “Drama” or “You’re Sooo Emotional: I suggest that you keep your emotions to yourself. Emotions cloud judgment, sight and heart.
Advice to emotional people: Just like you have a right to feel what you please, the other person has a right to feel differently or not feel at all. When you allow your heart to feel or allow your emotions to get the best of you, remember your emotions are your responsibility. You can’t make someone care about how you feel.
You Have The Right: I feel that you have the right to ask where I’ve been because some places that I may go, may affect what you and me share. You have the right to ask me where I’m going because life happens and I may not return as I left or I may not return at all. Love gives you that right to feel the need for me to be here. You have the right to worry when I’m gone because people are only human and we all fall short of the Glory of God. You have the right to call me when there is something that you need to say. You have the right, to have the need, to feel that you are important to me. You have the right be where ever I am because I shouldn’t be any place that you cannot come nor should there be any place that you cannot find me. You have the right to feel the need to be secure in love. You have the right in love, to be comfortable for the sake of love.
If all of my time is counted for and you have seen that I have nothing to hide, at some point in love, you will have to learn to trust me or maybe yourself, at some point you will have to trust God for the love that we share if you honestly love me, at some point you have to know that the love we share is real and be willing to believe.
You have the right, but love gives us both the right to be at peace in love.
There’s Something About You Being Gone. I lay there looking at your side of the bed and my rest isn’t complete. I’m lost in the nights without you beside me… morning can’t come fast enough. I grabbed my pillows and comforter and sleep on the side of the bed, on the floor. The bed: the place where we talk in humbleness and truth. The bed; where everything we had was sacred and real. In The bed; the world doesn’t exist when we’re lying next to each other. The bed; every movement was like poetry, in sync, a perfect fit. You once stated that we needed all that space to do what needed to be done. I was tempted to throw the bed away because of too much space. But when you’re not here, the bed and pillows don’t feel the same, the covers don’t cover right, the sheets are cold and the mattress is uncomfortable. There’s something about lying in the bed without you that I just can’t get use too. In The bed; where we make love till the morning came. The bed; where confession were made and hearts were mended. The bed; where moments were written in stone and time was precious. The bed; when a single touch and a sigh gave feelings light to be seen. There’s something about you being gone and I’m left in that big bed alone. When you’re gone, my heart aches, my body is anxious for your touch. I ball up in a knot on the floor to forget the place where you use to lay. And I sleep in peace.