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February 12, 2007 [ More archived home pages here ]
Love Beyond Reach
To love another is a powerful feeling. Sometimes that love is returned and sometimes not. There are no guarantees in life except the ones you offer unconditionally. When you love, love unconditionally. Stretch as far as you can with your love and you may discover that nothing is beyond reach. -- dwlarson [Spoken Version]
The paragraph above is inspired by the latest book (shown below) I just finished reading from my friend, Bob Katzman. This is the third book in his series about his life. In this book, Bob talks a lot about the people that influenced his life. He talks about his business successes and failures. You may hear more about him on my Digital Passages Podcast interview [ Link since removed ] from last December.
© 2006 by Robert M. Katzman
Cell Phone: (847) 274-1474
On page 264 of his book, he wrote the following eulogy about someone special in his life and granted me written permission to republish it here.
There's the most obvious physical beauty where a woman is so incredibly and compellingly assembled, it's like she's been kissed by God...
It is apparent to me that Bob respects the feelings of others and doesn't mind expressing his in public. He writes books and provides storytelling sessions originating from his gut and delivered through his big heart. Buy his books and learn about him. He's a great guy!
I've offered and received love from afar. I believe all love sent to me has always been received. There have been times when I sent love out to someone and it was returned to sender, next day delivery. It wasn't the end of the story...
I would add that there are Five Freedoms, including the Freedom To Love that every human is entitled to have as part of their life. Earlier this afternoon, I called a long-time friend who just turned 95 years old. At the end of the conversation, I told him that Sherry and I love him. He lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico, but that's not too far to convey to him how we feel.
Even if your tendered love is initially rejected or ignored, be respectful and persistent, because one day that love might be returned.
Updated: March 12, 2007
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