“Love never dies a natural death. It dies because we don't know how to replenish its source. It dies of blindness and errors and betrayals. It dies of illness and wounds; it dies of weariness, of witherings, of tarnishings.”
- Anais Nin
If you navigate to Hoarsely Cry for daily devotion, you may have noticed I skipped a couple of days. There is a wonderful reason for that. Like magic, I have been liberated of heartbreak. This isn't a joke. I don't have the energy to explain why or feel the need to go into the details.
I no longer wanted to write daily thoughts on here even though it had become part of a daily routine for me. It was something I looked forward to and it was a practice that was helping me to realize my sadness was not nearly as great as I portrayed it in my writing and offerings.
This blog had nothing to do with my freedom. It was actually something the former "beloved" did. So, cheers to her for her poor decision making!
As I was about to delete the website, my daughter asked what I was doing. When I explained, her response was, "Don't do that!" She told me that she enjoyed seeing me write and really liked the collection of music and quotes and other projects. She let me know that she saw a change in me once I started writing.
So, for now, I'll continue to curate heartbreak. Not for me though - maybe for you. I hope that something in here soothes your heart. I hope you understand that you will rise above this seemingly hopeless situation.
I do understand that I am the recipient of an emotion that needed a good death. I realize that I am surrounded by people who are full of life - people I truly love and who truly love me.