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Friday, February 8, 2013

No Questions With Love


I love Yogi tea bags. I look forward to reading their messages. This one in particular stood out to me the other day. 

Where there is love, there is no question. 

I think it's another way of saying, when it's love, you'll know it, and there won't be a question whether or not it's love. 

Since I fell in love with my husband I've known this to be true in romantic love. When you are truly in love, you don't have to ask yourself if you are in love, you truly just know you are in love. At least that was the case for me. That concept is easy for me to understand when it comes to relationship or romantic love because I feel that. 

What's been weighing on my heart lately is activities I'm involved in and if I really love them. If I have to question if I love something, does that mean it's time to let go? If I really loved it wouldn't I know I wanted to continue to do it?

I find myself at a very unique place in my life where I think I will be making some huge changes to the things I dedicate my time to. I only want to spend time on things I love, which has made me start evaluating what things there is no question I love to do, and what things I may need to let go of, because my love for them is questionable. 

Have you ever had something you thought you loved, but upon examining it, you decided you had to let it go?

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  1. <3 I feel ya. Best wishes on this new path of your journey!! :) Enjoy it!
    <3, ~*Akarui Mitsukai*~

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  2. Yes, a ton of things, but sometimes I think it's fatigue that's makes them less appealing. I think in that case a break is in order to give a fresh perspective. You can't do that with people, but some activities you can.

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    1. Totally. I think there are some things where I just need a break, and others that I can find no redeeming quality in.

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  3. I guess it's interesting, no?
    Somethings, they say if you love it, let it go, and if it comes back, then you know it's meant to be. What if it doesn't back? Does that mean it wasn't love, or that it was forbidden love?

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    1. That's what's always scary. If you let it go and it doesn't come back, are you prepared to except it wasn't meant to be? Life is so confusing :sigh:

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  4. Definitely.. from relationships, to friends, to hobbies, etc. I've been there and I can honestly say that when I decided to let it go, I felt relieved and free.

    I need to get a hold of this Yogi tea!

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    1. I am totally realizing that I need to let go of some things to make me happier. Yogi tea is AWESOME.

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    2. This is a great post! I think we all need to step back and think about our investment in things and those in our lives. Do we love them? If not, then why continue to give of our time and ourselves. A very thought provoking post!

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  5. Most definitely, I think that's a part of learning and growing though. Sometimes, It's hard to come to that realization though...

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