Love in Vain

Time heals all wounds, albeit slowly, and never quite completely. But all we can do is pick ourselves up, dust ourselves off, and keep it moving. Whatever pain we feel is proportionate to the lesson learned. And if the lesson was not learned, you can be sure the experience, and it’s accompanying pain will be yours again. Forgive so you may learn, and learn so that you may forgive. Your Resentments and Grudges will destroy YOU from the inside out…while the one you can’t forgive or forget, has moved on, like teflon, all the pain and anger you directed at him (or her) slid right off and ricocheted back to you. Let it go…so you can break the cycle and embrace a new day. Remember, tis better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all. Love may bring pain, but never is Love in vain.

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About Lisa Pearlman

I am a Writer - iphoneographer - Social Media Artist - Content Creator/Curator (Freelancer) I have a B.A. in Psychology and Sociology from UMASS-Amherst. My past employment was primarily in human services, having worked as a counselor/case manager in both a residential mental health setting as well as in correctional facilities. My passions include Love, Peace, Writing, Reading, iphoneography, Animal Rights, Human Rights, Spirituality, Meditation, Music, HipHop, Internet Radio & blogging. I believe LOVE has the power to heal all suffering. I am forever a work in progress.
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One Response to Love in Vain

  1. Gus Rowe says:

    Thank you Lisa, well-said. Odd, I’ve been thinking of writing something similar on my blog, something along the lines of grieving over “loss” of most any kind. It’s a process that has no expiration date. Best to embrace it, learn from it, lean on those elements that brought us joy and happiness, and let the rest go.

    Gus

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