"Love don't pay the bills!" How many times have we heard this statement? If we could cash in every time we heard it, we'd probably have some hefty bank accounts. While it may be true, shouldn't we be digging a little deeper? Love is more powerful than money. More spiritual. More meaningful. Money is tangible but does not last forever. Love is ever-lasting. Once you've got it--you've got it. You may not always be in love. But you will always love and be loved. That's what makes you rich.
Whether you're by yourself or in a committed relationship--you'll find a way to pay the bills. With love on tap, you'll work to find a way. That's if you want to. That's if you care. That's also when faith, loyalty, devotion, and due diligence come into play. Money can bring you lots of things, but love is not one of them. And love can bring many things as well... So much so that you may not realize how truly blessed you are. Maybe that's what The-Dream was getting at on Love Vs. Money... Well, one hopes that's what he meant. :-)
Friday, April 08, 2011
I think my analog life will always win over my digital life . There's just something more personal, more comforting, more reassuring about it. While my digital life may have greater reach in a shorter period of time, it's hard for me to believe that it will ultimately have the same touch, impact, and feel of my analog life.
The further you run away or ignore life's gifts, the more they will haunt you. The haunting can make them seem curse-like. It's a calling that we each must heed eventually. It's where passions, dreams, and destiny all meet up. It's an extraordinary collision course that puts us in the right place, the right time, and the right moment.
Sometimes when I say "I wonder why I bother," it's due to some miscommunication or misunderstanding. But I can never own up to it as being a sole responsibility of mine. Communication is typically not a one-way happening. If you end up in a place where I didn't intend to take you (and vice versa), it's the responsibility of both of us to get back to where we each need to be. We have to work together, actively listen, pay attention, and make light of confusion or pinpoint where issues need to be addressed. That's the only way we will ever be able to successfully communicate with each other.