Love is everlasting only if we keep it fueled…I reckon… That is an engineer for you… ********************* TelegramTweetWhatsAppShare on TumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related
Well written and something we need to keep reminding ourselves of.
Glad you see it that way…my sentiments too.
you truly know what love is. i so agree with you. you have to fill up the cup to drink from it.
another amazing poem on love.
Coming from an accomplished poet such as yourself, I take this as high compliment.
Thank you, Eric
This is awesome, friend. Thanks for sharing… God bless.
Thank you for stopping by with your comment. Peace, Eric
Beautiful and wise words lovely Eric and your romantic light shines from the strength of your marriage….I believe that the Divine Love is within us all and sharing that love is an individual responsibility for us all – love and hugs Jane x
Thank you Jane.
Hope your weekend is turning out wonderful.
Your buddy, Eric
You’re absolutely right Eric, love lives through giving and receiving 🙂 your words go directly into the soul.. BTW I have followed your blog, but It seems I’m unable to receive your posts via email. And I can’t find a subscribe button on your blog. Is there a way that I can receive a notification of your posts!
Glad that you share the same sentiments about giving and receiving.
To “Follow” log into my blog at http://wp.me/1YE83
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Kind regards, Eric 🙂
Love is indeed a two-way relationship…in which love is given and recieved.
Very true. Thank you for stopping by. Have a great weekend, Eric
I have read this many times now and I really love it.
Your way of words are astonishing, Eric 🙂
Thank you for sharing!
~ Sirenia ~
You are so sweet with your compliments.
All good wishes,
I sometimes wonder if I want more from humans than they are able to give.
The poem refers to two people in love and how they help fill each other…they’ll have to find their equilibrium, I reckon.
But you are right, there is only so much we can reasonably expect…
I agree. All true. And True Joy of life only comes when you find to experience Unconditional Love which all human being felt so hard to give. True Love is unselfish. and to have this kind of love, I believe Love must be treated like the 4 seasons.
Thanks Eric, I love this post 🙂
Have a great weekend! xo
Thank you Dolly,
Have a great weekend too. Eric 🙂
Nice post! kudos!
Eric, soothes the soul.
Thank you Jay.
Your posts on management topics are quite irreverent but true, and I love them.
It is as you say. Thanks!
Coming from you, someone who has walked these miles – I take that as a firm affirmation.
Thank you, Eric
The magic of love has always been the “give and take”. Occasionally there is an imbalance, but once properly tilted, it will smoothen. This is the part that you have to surmount to preserve the relationship. A real heart-searching piece to dwell on.
Very true Jasey and thanks 🙂
yes – and only God can refuel – if we look to “someone” other than Him – we enter the world of dysfunction and possible abuse
Truly said, as ultimately it all comes from HIM. Peace, Eric
Yes, we all have our Manu…so says the Vedas…
In for a “pinch” in for a sackful I say 🙂 Ask for sackfuls of the stuff…and get a bigger chalice…start drinking from great big barrels. Hope you don’t mind me commenting. I just sort of ran away with the thought of only having a “pinch” of kindness.
No worries about your comment 🙂 pinch away.
We start with a pinch and hopefully get to sacks; start with a cup and build up to barrels – not the reverse!