Posted by Ben Naga
Sharing’s a good thing
It serves to rescue us from
Posted on October 30, 2014, in Senryu and tagged Danger, Ego, Friendship, Life, Love, Sharing. Bookmark the permalink. 23 Comments.
Sharing is caring, i trust and believe that.
Another reason to trust you in return.
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There are few gifts greater than seeing ourselves through another’s eyes.
I wonder whether that is ever possible.
Surely your wife must have told you what she sees.
I probably wasn’t listening. 😛
That’s too bad. I’ve learned a lot about myself that way.
Hmm. I must have a word with her. 😉
That’s why .. I don’t speak unless I’m inspired and if hubby is too distracted to ‘listen’ .. then .. it’s not a big deal .. ‘cos .. I was inspired and not ‘trying’ to get his attention.
When I wrote “I probably wasn’t listening. 😛 ” it was said with tongue firmly in cheek. A always listening to whatever she says. Whatever she says. 😛
Reblogged this on Dawn of Divine Rays.
giving a friend love
through gifts of joyful caring
all are generous
Two minds, one feeling
The space in between dissolves
A snowflake melting
ennobles the inner truth
spring descends in May
Yes – keeps us from jumping to wrong conclusions! (Among other things….)
And even worse, all too often no one challenge the conclusions, whether those of others or our own, which can very difficult to winkle out.
Stop, look and listen…. and think for ourselves. We often forget to do that.
Know what you mean. I’m imagining that Uncle Yoda’s not sharin’ his Halloween chocolate with me…..
Sounds like a whole mess of neediness and distraction to me :). But what do I know? It’s bedtime in my neck of the woods. Enjoy your evening and sweet dreams.
Good day!! On another note thanks for stopping by “It Is What It Is” and the follow.. I sincerely hope that you enjoy your visits there. Peace …..
Good day. Let us see what emerges. 🙂
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