Connection

Connection

 

I think the thing that makes us most human among a planet of sentient beings is not in what we can do or not do better than the other, or even the uniqueness in our DNA.  Those are important and great to use in classification, but more important in separation and identity.  But what I feel truly makes us human – is our capacity to connect to one another and the universe around us.

I’ve seen people connect with each other, with animals, with a place, with a moment in time, and it change them forever.  I’ve experienced each of these things in my own life.  Not all these connections are good.  Not all are bad.  But each one helps define us, shape us, and guide us into the tiny spark of life we live.

Compared to the vastness of the universe, we are but a speck.  Compared to infinity of time, we live but a tick on a grand clock.  It’s no surprise that sometimes we can feel lost, unimportant, and insignificant, yet when we truly connect with something or someone, those feelings change.

Love is the greatest of them all.  It causes the greatest change, the strongest impact, and the deepest connection. Even among the worst of pain or the deepest of sorrow, it has the ability to heal, to nurture, to restore, to effect and affect – to connect.

The greatest thing I’ve desired in my life is to be loved.  It is also the hardest connection to obtain.  For those few whom I’ve had the privilege to connect, I thank you.  Thank you for being a part of me, of my life, and making my existence significant.

Till next time,

~T.L. Gray

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Categories: Blog Post, Inspirational, Musing, Romantic, Spiritual, Writing | Tags: , , , , , | 3 Comments

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3 thoughts on “Connection

  1. How can I give you… all of me. Perhaps only for a moment, a year or a lifetime, will I have the opportunity to show you… I care. This time will never come again… with you. As I walk away it will be the love I remember… will you?

  2. Pingback: Get Connected | Brittany's Bliss

  3. Thanks for the pingback.
    Thanks for the beautiful sentiments, Sharon.

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