Be Careful What You Wish For!

All you wanted was love; what you got was the illusion of love and now you’re suffering from devastating effects of being hurt. That is the nature of human love, it can be warm and inviting one minute, cold and malicious the next, all in one neatly wrapped package.
Let me tell you something, ladies and gentlemen. Beware of the illusion of love. When someone really loved you there is no second guessing. If you have to ask yourself if he/she loves you, then he/she doesn’t really love you. I say this because love can be seen through its expression. When we love, we care and we are always showing the person through examples.
Sex isn’t love, so don’t get it twisted. If a man likes to have sex with you all the time, that doesn’t mean he loves you. Same thing goes for men, if a woman just likes you for your sex, she doesn’t love you. Many people get that confused with love and you would be surprised at how many of us actually settle and believe that’s all there is. Words can have multiple meanings and expression is the truest form of honesty. We have to look beyond what’s masked and ask ourselves is this real? Or is this an illusion I’ve created? Of course we want to believe in something that’s greater than ourselves but don’t be fooled and don’t be a fool! Until next time…….


Romance…A Humans Love!

In most animal species, lust has it’s way, mating occurs, and the two individuals go their separate ways. But for humans it’s very different. The initial attraction is the trigger that leads into one of the most wonderful and sought- after experiences of life; ROMANCE! This is the passionate, all- consuming emotion that makes you feel on top of the world when everything is going well, and throws you into depths of despair when love is thwarted, unrequited, or rejected. It is for romance that lovers swim across oceans, scale mountains, and slay dragons to impress, delight, or simply be with the beloved. It’s more powerful than lust. People don’t kill themselves for sex, but they will for a broken romance….no offense to anyone! Love is not just a feeling, it’s actually a goal-directed drive that affects our behavior and thinking by improving performance where the lover is involved.