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Are you in danger, of falling in love.. how about.. laughing so hard it hurts, or … meeting some one new who thinks so much like you do, they know what you are thinking almost before you do.

Risk taking, do you take risks. Would you take risk going down an unfamiliar street just because you had never gone down that street before? Are you a person who will explore that hidden alley, go down that country road to an unknown location? Can you remember the last time you stopped to talk to a complete stranger, just to have a friendly chat?

Do you or have you missed someone who you used to spend a lot of time with … until distance, or interests took you in other directions. Driving a car is and can be dangerous until you learn and know how to do so… Even then you are not always in control of “how ” the journey will proceed.

Living is risk taking, living can be dangerous, I think we have all had a bit of that learning curve in recent times…. Have you discovered new beginnings, have you rediscovered new qualities in your friends, family, surroundings, that have given you pause … Can you now define, the “dangers” in your life (lifestyles).. A dear friend said over the week-end, many of us have forgotten that love is a commitment. Got me thinking, it is often thought of as a feeling. (which we try to categorize, define, squeeze into a box of a predetermined definition) … the reality, it is a commitment, very personal, and to each one of us, it holds unlimited possibilities. Always for everyone, there is danger.. Love will always, bring change.. change is impossible to avoid – There you go.. you are a risk taker..

Love you loads and loads and loads.

Put your whole heart into everything and express your individuality. When you put your whole heart into expressing yourself, your true beauty will shine through.

Perfect Liberty 2020.19

Oyashikiri

Comments on: "dangerous" (6)

  1. Living and loving are always a risk, not just now that we have COVID-19.

  2. My husband always says that you’re better off being vulnerable than safely in a shell. I agree. My mother was always up for going down unknown byways to see what was there. We’ve had some grand times, doing that. And I talk to strangers all the time. Sometimes it seems to scare them! I really miss that — talking to strangers, not scaring them. 🙂

  3. Since I’ve retired and learned to write equally well with either hand, I can talk to anyone about anything. Much to the dismay of my wife.

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