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May 21, 2007 [ More archived home pages here ]

Love and Heartbreak

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Today's song is one of my own. My newest creation, On Her Mind, released today.

Two of my previous home pages [Twin Flames and Chasing The Blues] are very popular, they are shown as thumbnails below. The first deals with discovering a special kind of love. The other concerns the end of a love relationship. Together those pages recently accounted for over 250 page-views in a single day. Every day they account for over 100 page-views.

Some of my short stories about love, find appeal with my readers here and the other places on the Internet. Between this site and the other places I publish, those stories were read over 2,000 times since late March of this year.

No person becomes an expert on love or heartbreak. It is a unique emotional experience for each person, although there are some common aspects in general for most people. I've expressed that perspective in more than one medium on this site many times.

Before I was married, I once asked a woman why she didn't love me as much as I loved her. It's a question that should never be asked. The answer isn't in the words of the other's response, but, in their actions before the question is even pondered.

To ask that question is to show a lack of human understanding between two people. Mutual love can never thrive when a lack of understanding exists. Lust may thrive under those conditions, but not love. There is a big difference between lust and love.

If a person wants to be truly happy in love, they better be prepared to give as much love as they expect in return. Even so, there are no guarantees you will find a true love in the end. If you don't offer as much love as you expect in return, heartbreak will likely be your reward. That's why I think those two pages I'm discussing today will remain popular.


Eighty years ago today, Charles Lindberg landed his Spirit of St. Louis plane in Paris, France and claimed the prize of the first person to cross the Atlantic Ocean non-stop in an airplane.

In 1985, I read his book, The Spirit of St. Louis. It was the first book I ever read cover-to-cover. As the reader, I felt as if I was there with him on that flight. Very few books impressed me as much as that book did.

Five years ago, I lent my 1927 model of that plane to the San Diego Aerospace Museum for the 75th anniversary of his flight. That model is shown below.


My friend, Mark Anderson, sent me this Life PowerPoint Presentation to share with you.


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I love presenting the final part of this message with the following Digital Insight.

Deer Woman Moon (Created in January 2004)

I read books about Native Americans, their history, their cultures, and their philosophical and religious beliefs. One of their many stories to explain the wonders of life concerns the issues of a woman using her wiles to gain the attention of a man and then willingly stealing from him his life's essence, his Spirit.

The creators of that story from ancient millennia knew a lot about human nature since events like that happen in other cultures, including mine. Such stalkers of men and their emotions exist even in modern times. They usually prey upon the younger men who are uninitiated in the ways of life and therefore easily swept away in the moment.

Fortunately, there are other women that can rescue those affected and provide real love and care afterwards. If you're a walking-wounded from a Deer Woman encounter, keep your faith in yourself and be on the lookout for the one that will relieve your suffering. Using my own words, I quote a portion from that page's narration:

"Deer Woman is a Native American story that depicts the downfall of men who befall her attraction and lose their Spirit to her -- forever. Deer Woman may be at the height of her temptations during a full moon. Men are susceptible during that lunar activity. This image and story is my visualization of her power."


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