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It is a long time...

Saturday, January 26, 2013


1. For everlasting time; eternally
2. At all times; incessantly

Do you ever use the word FOREVER in a conversation? I do, yet, I don't really pay attention to the true meaning of this word. For if I did, I wouldn't include it in my vocabulary. When I would say the word FOREVER as I spoke, my husband would always respond "Forever is a long time". I would get annoyed by this and carry on with my conversation. Yet, lately I listen to that word and I really pay attention to what he said to me. Yes, FOREVER is a VERY long time! Is it easy to include that word within my vocabulary? Yes! But I now realize I can not anymore, or I at least need to pay really close attention to where and how I do include it. A lot can happen between now and FOREVER and how am I to know that what I have and feel now will last FOREVER? All I can do is live for today and hope that what makes me happy today will last FOREVER.
Dream of your tomorrows, but never forget to live for today because FOREVER may never come.
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  • DEE107
    1521 days ago
    I like that you bring this up. It's easy to use "forever" we do it all the time. Best friends forever, love that will last forever. Many times those concepts don't even withstand the test of a decade let alone the test of a lifetime or forever.
    1521 days ago
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