The sun set son another day…
…a breeze blows in the wind, and a moment is passed from one person to the next. In the movie “A walk to remember” the characters learn that time is fleeting and sometimes there is more to life than what can be seen on the surface. It is amazing to consider that two people could fall in love and ones time is finite. Another example of this was in the movie “Phenomenon” where the end statement is not that a person will be loved for the rest of their life, but for the rest of mine. (Loses something in print)
My point is can we all agree and start considering that there are some loves, like my love of the sunset, that are more eternal. Should we consider how deep our love is, and even in the event things are not as good as we expect, understand how deep our love goes or does not go? Is it not the saddest thing in the world to have 2 people involved with each other and one is deeply in love, head over heels, fired up and fiery and the other is “meh” where they can easily walk away, ignore or move to another spot in life with no consideration to anything?
Perhaps this is an odd post, and I want to focus on the positive, as was done in the movies, and just say, “I will love you for the rest of mine” and move on. Perhaps we should all consider that. The reality is, to be love and not be loved, well, it isn’t a lot of fun.
Ick, a bad rant.
Let’s all move forward in such a positive manner and move full speed ahead.
So as the sun set son another day, consider how well you love, and love how well you love. Trust when you shouldn’t, love when you shouldn’t and watch the sunset each and every night you can, no matter what.
Sleep sweet, love more, and live all your days with the passion of 29000 sunsets, it is worth it.