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12/12/2008, 2:13 pm
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Alfred Lord Tennyson first said ‘Tis better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all’.

What does this mean? How can one live a comparatively banal life, which undoubtedly would seem lacking, if not empty, after the loss of an emotion which tightly kept together every string of a heart stronger than ever before?   Every day would seem so meaningless, noticeably and painfully void of meaning.  It must be the Hercules’ of our world which would not fall, or stay in an abyss of despair.  Maybe time is responsible for releasing us from our own made prisons.  Though, I believe that more probably we are responsible, each individual.  With this thought and belief, I do nothing but sit in a body with an aching heart.

I hope everybody finds and obtains peace in their souls and their spirits.

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Exactly! What is that supposed to mean?!

“Every day would seem so meaningless, noticeably and painfully void of meaning.”

It is so meaningless now because you know how it was when it had a meaning at someone, when you had it all. So HELL NO!!

If it’s a person, I wish I never laid eyes on him and if it’s a thing I wish I never knew it existed!

Comment by darkeve

you commented and said read the power of now.

is that the one by Eckhart Tolle – The Power of Now

if nto i have not read about it but wouldnt mind hearing your veiw of it. You can make a post about it and send me the link or something. Thanks.

Comment by radicalmovie

i think time is quite fantastic at healing wounds.

time also has the remarkable power of fading all the bad things about the past so that eventually all that remains is the good.

from someone who has lost something she is probably never going to regain, i think it is truly better to have loved and lost, because how those happy memories feel will carry you forever if you let them.

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