Who is THE ONE?

Heartenergy I always fall hard and fast when I think that I’ve found the One.

The One is that man who loves me more than anything, exactly as I am.

Together we celebrate one another in a way that brings out the best in each of us. We do this without attempting to change the other nor do we try to make the one another fit into what or how we think they should be.

We both find that we are better people for knowing each other.

It’s all comes down to how I feel when I’m with him. That's what makes him the One. It must be fun and it must be true.

If it loses either of these qualities then it’s over; it's that simple. No regrets, no looking back. I find another One.

Luckily, I have met more than one One.

Finding Heaven. . .

Big2_3 The most poignant lessons I’ve learned in life have come from the relationships I’ve had. All relationships, yes, but most powerfully from my relationships with men.

Because the greatest insights, the most challenging struggles and the most impassioned encounters have been in my romances. It’s the matters of the heart that have impacted me most deeply.

I am the truest of true, die-hard, hopeless romantic.

I believe that love conquers all and that love is an indefinable, beautiful magic that lives in everyone.

I believe that love crosses all boundaries – time and space.  And that it is a force that cannot be contained. . .

I also believe that too often we don’t allow love to BE -- we try to manipulate it or cover it or something -- because  it is so powerful we're afraid it can consume us. 

But, would that really be so bad? What are we afraid of?

I am determined not to be . . . afraid.

I have a (wide) open heart, and because of this, many times I get hurt – but I never stop believing. My open-hearted nature is one quality which I have been blessed with. A quality that I wouldn’t change. Even if I could. It allows me to feel truly alive and experience life profoundly. 

I think this is why my life is so rich. Because I believe in love and I take risks over and over again. Not making the same mistakes – but always being willing to open myself up to the possibility of heartbreak.

Because in taking that risk . . .I just might find heaven.