I was inspired to write after the death of another failed relationship. Having not learned the art of being in a relationship by heart disassociation, the break-ups had taken their toll on my life. The most recent failure had, "pulled the rug out from under me," so to speak. In writing "Healing Me", I've learned that it's still okay to mourn a lost love. I've accepted that just because I may love someone and have desires to spend a lifetime with that person doesn't mean that the one I've chosen has fixed their will and desires toward the same goal. I've learned that it's okay to feel a little lonely sometimes. It's also okay to even cry sometimes. This is all part of the process toward building of character. But most of all, I've learned that I really don't have to rush my heart. I don't have to seek out a replica love for the one I've lost. For the God who formed me and knew me before I was conceived in my mother's womb, also knows my heart's desires and will only grant to me that which he has perfected for me. Therefore, it is good for me to wait upon the Lord to grant unto me that which He sees fit for me. God has granted unto me this time to get in tune with myself so that His greatness can become manifested in my life. By surrendering unto Him I hope to further advance my healing process, thereby leaving a legacy for my children, especially my daughter. All that I do from this point forward is part of the process toward HEALING ME!
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