Frozen in Time: Discover what you love most.

I love you. There, I said it. I Love you.

We don’t say it enough. Reminded of a former paramour (NOT illicit) ended his very first call to me with “I Love You.”

It wasn’t two seconds, he called back with a bon mot ending his call “See you later, Buddy.”

He was probably dumbstruck by what he’d said previously. Heaven forbid I’d believe him.

It was all funny to me.  Did I think he was IN LOVE with me? Of course not. It was a sentiment he felt in the moment after a great conversation. His fear was real. Heaven forbid might “LIKE” him or worse “LOVE” him. It’s sad to me so many feel this way about the words “I love you”.

If we weren’t so afraid of what might happen, what WOULD happen? What COULD happen? Well, for starters we might diminish the hate mongering we see so much these days. It’s really exhausting, to read about so much hate. Can’t imagine what it’s like for the haters, how does one’s heart hold that much hate?

Safely, I can say to you I do not hate anyone. Life is too short. Don’t hate those who lie to me – and believe me when I tell you I’ve had a little too much of that lately.

One should never mistake our kindness, my kindness for stupidity.

IF we hate anyone, anyone at all, we are among the haters. That’s where I never want to find myself, how about you?

Let’s have great conversations and tell each other “I love you” before we hang up. Isn’t this a lovely thought?  It is to me.




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20 thoughts on “Frozen in Time: Discover what you love most.

  1. Love is the most important thing on the planet. Beatles say it best. I agree, that life’s too short to hold grudges or to live in hate. It sounds like a pretty utopian planet where everyone ends every conversation with “I love you.” Thanks for sharing.

  2. Hmmm, I don’t know… I wish I could be like you. Life will be very peaceful if everyone really can think and act like you. But the reality is not so, after everything I’ve gone through – I don’t believe the statement that people in this world are basically good. Sorry 🙂

  3. I don’t waste my time on thinking about hate. I even make sure I could say I love you to my husband often. I feel happy doing it 🙂 I adore you of having such a very positive character.

  4. Kindness is often mistaken for stupidity and I swear there would be no wars if we just got along better. Your idea of spreading love with no barriers is just not possible. I dont want to pessimistic. Although, I am. I wish we could uninhibitedly do what you want people to do. Call with an I love you. With no repercussions?

  5. Saying I love you is never easy. Those three words are not often use everyday. We don’t always say it very often even with our loved ones. If only we could just always remember to love and take care of one another rather than spreading hate.

    • You know I was shy about saying I love you too, then one day, leaving home I MADE MYSELF say it and I’ve been saying to anyone who will listen! Makes me happy and I hope you find in yourself the courage to say it. Be in touch anytime. Thank you for telling me.

  6. Great post! This post puts me in mind of the song “what the world needs now”.

    “What the world needs now is love, sweet love
    It’s the only thing that there’s just too little of
    What the world needs now is love, sweet love,
    No not just for some but for everyone.”

    The world would be a much better place if everyone felt this way and put it into action every single day.

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