That knot could open,
but you chose to cut it. πŸͺ’


53 thoughts on “Knot

  1. Two things to releasing bonds: the complexity of the knot and the ability of the releaser. That looks like a simple knot to me (and, judging by your post, you), but how would it look to someone with cerebral palsy (for example)?
    Here’s to freedom. 🍷

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      1. Robert is good, Rob is fine too. Bob’s going a little too far. πŸ˜€
        Listen, I’m sorry if I offended you with my original comment. You have my support and all of that, obviously. It’s just that I know that there are lot of different ways to look at stuff and my problem is that I say these things without thinking enough. I’m a bit insensitive at time, you know?
        Be good.

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  2. Sometimes, maybe it’s best to do so, especially when the will to manifesting the sentiments are not mutual. And maybe it’s for the best of those involved. As love need not be forced. If it’s being forced without mutual sincere sentiments, why not cut the cord of what’s meaningless. And it hurts a lot. And it’s okay. One can heal. This might also unfold the space for the healthy experiences to come maybe. Just a humble, grounded interpretation on your writings, A. Happy New Year, A! Looking forward to your posts this year too! πŸ™‚

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