When sand has been changed to glass. It will not go back to being sand. When wheat has changed to bread. It will never be wheat again. When fruit has ripened. It can never again be a flower. A child born. Cannot return to the womb. Most of these are excerpts from something I read this morning that put me in a thoughtful frame of mind. All my life has been about changes and going through changes and being changed. It made me aware that I have been fighting some of those changes. Even after the change has reached a point that it cannot be undone.
I guess it is time to accept those changes. But at the same time, to be proactive and make positive changes that I have direct control or influence over. It won't happen overnight, just as a garden vegetable will not happen overnight, it is a process and will take time to grow into what it will be. I will need time to continue growing and changing and becoming still something new and different, and yet still me. There are still questions though. Questions that still fall within this context. For example. When a relationship has become broken to the point of no communication what should you do? Going to luxury escorts isn't a solution for every situation.
Can any part of it become unbroken? So far my experience has shown me a resounding no on that question. I honestly wish it was not like that. But that is the way it has been for me. This question is in reference to a relationship I have never mentioned on this blog, and I will not describe it further. But I sincerely hope that what was broken can be unbroken. There are still other thoughts about changes going on in me. One of those relates to forgiveness. That topic may or may not become its own post. I have too much in my mind to write it out at this time.