That’s Love.

When we’re young the whole world seems safer. It’s more beautiful and majestic because of the older people around us who are there to guide us. They remember the best memories of us from before we could even talk…That’s the unconditional love of family.
Sadly, as we enter adulthood these people depart. Many have left my life before getting a chance to thank them. It’s difficult to grieve them because we’re also grieving a huge part of our childhood. We’re grieving the safety we once felt, the love and dreams we shared.

When life seems daunting an idea springs into my memory. It could be something they’ve said or just the safety sensation from my childhood. I never knew what to make of it because it was so intense it sometimes terrified me.
However, it took me a long time to realize it’s just their angelic presence reminding me that love never dies. ♥


8 Comments Add yours

  1. Nathi says:

    Beautifully penned! For a moment, your words took me back to my childhood and all those people who I barely remember their faces but those special memories brought warmth to my heart!

    Thank you Zeina 🙂

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    1. I’m glad my words took you back to your beautiful memories. Thanks for reading and commenting.

      P.S: I just subscribed to your blog. It’s beautiful!!

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      1. Nathi says:

        My pleasure! And thanks for subscribing! Also, hoping to see you around often 🙂

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      2. You definetely will 😀

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  2. Inspiring and heartfelt written. Keep ✍️ and inspiring. Have a lovely day and remain safe in the arms of the Lord.

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    1. Thanks for reading and leaving this lovely comment♥ Have a great day there and stay safe!


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