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The Letter That Killed Me | Daily Prompt: Never

seeker:

Mati, So glad to hear from you and I have been meaning to reblog your winning post so that I have in on file. Keep on writing. Take Care, Tita.

Originally posted on like reading on trains:

Tell us about a thing you’ll never write about.

I’ll never tell you about her.

I’ll never tell you how she caught my attention by asking for my attention.
I’ll never tell about how she looked so cute and beautiful and amazing and wonderful and outrageous all at the same time when I first saw her, whenever I saw her, whenever I see her.

I’ll never tell you how my name never sounded the same after she said it.

I’ll never tell you of the songs that I could only sing because of her.
I’ll never write about the letters and the notes I sent her every day.
I’ll never show you the poems I wrote because of her.

I’ll never tell you about the heaven that she revealed to me.
I’ll never show you the universe that she opened for me.
I’ll never write about the paradise that she…

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Knocking on heaven’s door

seeker:

As a token of my appreciation for following my post. I have the same question. Do you read or you just like to push the button since it’s so easy to like?

Originally posted on Tassem:

Most days I wonder if you actually read what I write here. Or just look at the pics, maybe hit the ‘like’ button and move on with your day.

Strange how we put our ideas out there, wanting, even hoping somebody would pick it up and make something of it. Little digital conversations sharing interests, thoughts, whatever. The excitement of another blog to explore and experience. An open door to a different world.

For closed doors are interesting only if they have a bloody bone for a lock.

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I took my final Camino step a year-ago today…. Or was it my first step?

seeker:

Jim could have not said it any better what it’s like to walk Santiago de Compostela. in 1:56 minutes. If you can, take time to take this trip of your life time. I did walk last year and I must say, I am still processing the journey. Thank you for encouraging me, Jim. Blessings.

Originally posted on JIM'S 484 MILE WALK "CAMINO de SANTIAGO":

A year-ago today it was St. James day in Spain; I took my final step of my Camino de Santiago. Little did I know what the next year would bring and where would I be without this experience? Is it true that when you take your final step, a new life-long journey begins with a different view about life?

On my 56 day,  Santiago Cathedral, Spain

On my 56 day,
Santiago Cathedral, Spain

I remember the day as I walked by myself to the end of my 56-day journey. My head and heart were filed with an emotion I never knew existed. My heavy backpack felt like feathers. I carried my pack every inch of the way from France through 164 villages to Santiago, Spain; it was over 500 miles. I walked with no money for food, which taught me the true meaning of humility!

As I stood in front of this historic cathedral, I looked…

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BORROWING FROM GOD

seeker:

At the end of the day, I need humour. And I got it and I don’t even have to wait….

Originally posted on WISDOM STORIES TO LIVE BY:

A man was taking it easy, laying on the grass and looking up at the clouds. He was identifying shapes when he decided to talk to God.

“God”, he said, “how long is a million years?”

God answered, “In my frame of reference, it’s about a minute.”

The man asked, “God, how much is a million dollars?”

God answered, “To me, it’s a penny.”

The man then asked, “God, can I have a penny?”

God answered, “In a minute.”

Source | Roger Kuder, Jokes and Riddles
(lulu.com, 2012)  page 11

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Another rendition of the same story:

A man was talking to God one day, and he said, “God, I have always wanted to ask you this question.” He said, “God, from your perspective how long is a million years?”

God said, “In my perspective, a million years is a second.”

“Wow, a second!” He then said, “God, from your…

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