A follow up from the other side of the fence?
I love seeing this perspective.
It puts me inside anothers mind.
Yet if I wish to stay on the topic of necessities.
Love is truly one.
We may be able to eat, drink, and breathe.
But are we truly living?
This is what makes us different between animals and human nature.
Us as humans need something to live for.
That’s where emotion comes in.
If we have no emotion and care to express there is nothing holding and bonding us to our bodies on earth.
God created man and woman to express emotion and to love.
It might not be a physical need but it surely is a psychological need.
It is what keeps us moving forward.
God did not create us to just eat, drink live our lives and die.
He created us to bond and love one another.
And some bonds become stronger than others.
Love was not just brought in to our lives it was a gift and a tool of god.
To give us a reason to stay on this earth.
A reason to wish to move forward in life in the name of god.
So as a mother yourself if your child did die col you see yourself moving forward?
And I do agree that it is the strongest bond is maternity.
But could you possibly take enough time to greave over that much pain?
If I was a mother I know I couldn’t.
But there is something that holds you to the earth if it was to happen.
Am I right?
The love of your husband and the love of other family.
The love that is there to comfort you in your darkest hour.
And when if you finally find someone that helps you through the darkest hour…
There is nothing more you would wish to see but share the light with the one who helped you through the darkness.
thought of this as a good idea. i would love to hear a response. I think it might help.