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A letter to a persom whom I have not met in person.


Submitted:Jan 8, 2010    Reads: 83    Comments: 5    Likes: 7   


Hello dear one, it was fun to dream with you but I'm afraid that the subterfuge has ended. Even if I wanted to bite, I cannot. I don't really want to go into all of my financial difficulties at this time so let it just suffice to say that I am deeply in debt. Truth is, I need about 500 dollars to secure my future (minimum). It is easy to believe in something that you want to believe in but this is, after all, the "real" world. I can only offer that which I have; Moral support, uderstanding, kindness, humour, food, my home (tiny apartment), my thoughts and myself. You see, I lost everything, at one time and I will not get it back by working a regular job. Only a miracle could set me free but, after all, perhaps that is not what we came here (earth) for. Only the designer knows where the pieces fit. Do you see?
It takes a busload of faith to get by. Trusting that our higher power knows what is best for us in our lives, better than we do ourselves, in order to accomplish whatever it is that we set out to accomplish. Furthermore, we each have different missions and often we don't even know what they truely are. My old girlfriend used to say, "you can't get blood from a turnip". So, enough about all that. She did say another thing quite often; "It will all come out in the wash". All I can say is make the most of your time and enjoy the time that you do have because it is a blessing. Take care love.
Don




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