We write the stories you will never tell.
Haha, such a cynical story — I like it. 😉
Seems like we found a fellow cynic 🙂
But maybe we can trying putting on a bulb to the socket instead 🙂
I like your “never say die” attitude! 🙂 Good thinking! 🙂
Ack, just saw an error on my comment.. XD *try
Ha, ha! Correct!
Unfortunately, there are way too many missing bulbs in folks around the world. The only way to turn on their light is to cross some wires and cause some sparks to fly! Then this is so destructive–not good. Bringing more light into the agape type of relationships in the world is what I need an enormous supply of light bulbs for, itwould seem. But wait–God has plenty of light bulbs!
You got me there! Awesome…
And I guess that is why they ask if you really want to know the truth because the truth is not as absolute as we think it to be. We say we want closure, but closure is just you denying the fact that the bulb does not exist. Seeking closure is nothing but an excuse to hold on a little longer.
Seeking closure is nothing but an excuse to hold on a little longer.— TRUE! I’ll use these words if I ever hear someone say “I want closure.” Haha. 🙂
Excellent… … and we’ve all been there !!!
And sure we will be there again… 😉
Whoa! Empty socket syndrome. This happens all to often in relationships….
Empty socket syndrome–now, it has a name. 😀
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