Tuesday, October 04, 2005


So, why do we label those who live fully each moment "intense"? Is living each moment completely too intense for some? Why is the beginning of a relationship always what we remember most? The feelings of the first hug, kiss or just holding hands can take our breath away, yet these feelings never seem to last. Why?


Blogger MagnoliaGirl said...

Well Randy, I think it has to do with the novelty of "newness", the promise of what "might" be, and a lot of projection that this person might be "the one", which is a lot easier when you don't have more of the facts (i.e., baggage, hangups, quirks, etc.) before you.

But what the heck do I know? Well actually I know a lot---I just have a little challenge with the application, ha!

I agree that men "don't get it". And all the reading and seminars and audiobooks in the world can't give it to 'em---unless there's a real desire to find "it". And to be fair, women don't always get "it" either.

But yes, the flower (one and not a dozen over-priced florist-ee roses in a cheap vase), a kiss on the cheek, and the candelight bath are a good start!

Best of luck on the book. And don't abandon your blog:)!

8:02 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...



4:21 AM  

Post a Comment

<< Home