Hatred towards love

19 Jun

We all go through heartaches and emotional devastation at some point in our lives, the key to getting through this is realizing love didn’t hurt you.  The person in which you were in love with did.  This is a very common mistake that usually effects all of us in one way or another.  Whether we’re on the receiving end or the giving end.  The bible says “God is love and love is God.” With that being said, the Lord has no focus in trying to hurt you.  In fact he helps us out when we’re in the process of hurting ourselves.  When you’re in the process of getting past or over someone, you have to understand the lesson and rid yourself of the pain.  Pain is a very shaky feeling, someone can be briefing you on something that happened ages ago, while crying like it took place a couple of days ago.  Usually the more vulnerable you are in any type of relationship, the more you allow yourself to open up towards someone.  With that being said, sometimes your vulnerability and the act of compromising, can end up decreasing your individuality.  So I believe there should always be a period in which we try to rediscover who we are as individuals.  “One persons trash can be anothers treasure.” What we consider a personal flaw, might be considered a turn on to the next person.  Our subconscious minds play a key role in guarding our hearts, but in the midst of it doing so, it doesn’t allow any love to enter or leave our hearts.  So actually you wanna be in love, but you’re scared of the risk.  These so called defense mechanisms create scapegoats for us emotionally.  I find it funny that Jesus never switched up his unconditional like love, because of the way people treated him. Yet we as people find ways to alter our love patterns because of a failed relationship.  At the end of the day our hearts are too important to keep it unhappy, one way of changing this is by allowing it to love.


6 Responses to “Hatred towards love”

  1. Danielle June 19, 2012 at 3:51 am #

    I agree…sometimes you have to allow your heart and mind to become vulnerable to some extent in order to recieve the love your heart needs.

  2. tamara June 22, 2012 at 4:35 am #

    Love love love!

  3. M'T July 2, 2012 at 8:35 pm #

    I love it bro ! so true

  4. Devan July 2, 2012 at 10:49 pm #

    hmmmmm , sounds like part of a conversation I had with someone before they told me they couldnt give me love i was seeking.

  5. TJ July 5, 2012 at 11:08 pm #

    Allowing oneself to love starts with loving God and yourself…be open to it.

  6. shonjack July 20, 2013 at 1:45 pm #

    God can see from now to the end. He allows us to explore and make our own decisions about love. But we have to give it all to him. Our wants, desires, needs…Only God knows our perfect match. But when it comes to love to we truly allow God to play “match maker”?

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