Discussion in 'Safety valve' started by Sefiroth, Nov 14, 2004.
if you agree that love is hell say 'I'
Thats a pretty ridiculous statement
Why is love hell? Only if its a one way system. Love itself, isnt supposed to be hell, its supposed to be amazing. Ok, you love someone, they get rid of you, and you feel a lot of pain. Or they cheat on you, or you love someone you cant have. Thats one-way love.
Love, between two people is not hell....
Nice to hear from you again Mr Oriphus............
It is an emotion, perceived, translated and projected differently by all.
This emotion can be made up by ALL other emotions and that is why there is such a fine line between love and hate.
What feels like hell now, is the fact that ALL the emotions that make up your love, have lost their directions and so appear in their raw form.
This form normally appears as pain, sorrow, self regret, anger and hate.
Time can heal, but never prevent................just make us stronger to deal with it.........
Anyway back to the original question 'I'.
Only until Little Bo Peep shows me her knickers.........then I am back in the game........................
@ Sefiroth : come on man you start a thread with little meaning.Tell us why for you its hell!!!!!
The love I have experienced has been simply wonderful, it can be a double edged sword though.
What, obviously it not really love if you find it hellish. A true love you will not be complaining about being hellish. If all you are is using for fun, then just go to the stripers. Otherwise in a loving relationship, there is comunication.
I am coming from this as being one in the process of marrage so I do know a loving relationship.
Nice to see you still aroung Oriphus. Two consective days that must be a record.
lol 3 consequetive days now haha. Nice to see you two guys, Prisoner and BaaBaa. I have struggled for time at all this year. Playing football 5 days a week, at uni, working at my job and spending time with my fantastic new girlfriend (3 months now). Keep taking her to our house on the west coast of ireland over looking thesea. Its so nice, i feel like a lumberjack out cutting down firewood with my axe haha.
I'll try to pop by and say hello every so often. I really dont bother with the DVD R forums, there is so many people there to help now, im not needed ;-) and i havent really changed my methods in about 8 months, no doubt there are new programs and new methods being discussed all the time. I help out a bit in Digital Photography and in the Display section when a Projector question doesnt get answered.
Peace and love to all ;-)
I occasionaly roam around and post little, when ever I see a comment from the old Oriphus, I am quite surprised. But good to see you time to time. Much aggreed about DVD forums, I only see the same thing when ever I look. Should be a big flashin banner that says try a search.
lol - yeah there sure should be, would make life so much easier for the members who answer all the problems.
I don;t really have much time for Afterdawn these days im afraid, its good for the banter every so often, but alas, with over 7000+ posts on AD, i feel im all posted out lol
Roller coaster is more like it...
I prefer a rollercoaster to a carousel anyday!
Sefiroth, my wife and I have been married for close to 35 years now. She was 18, and I was 20, when we got married.
Love is not hell, but it is hard to keep that love alive. Communication is the most important part of love, and I am as guilty as most, at failing to do that sometimes.
My wife, however, is real good at it, especially when she has a cast iron skillet in her hands.
I agree GrandpaBW, see below.
My wife and I just celebrated our 28th anniversary, last week. We wed when we were just babbies. We have 3 children: two sons - one at each end, and a daughter in-between. Two of them married: the eldest (who gave us another daughter and a new grandson <grin>) and my daughter who just wed (and gave me another son) this year.
So they are all grown now, Sefiroth, but they were bred, raised and nurtured through the years in love. And the best kind... the love that survives.
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