Bad Luck VS Destiny

Is it bad luck when we fail at something or are we failing so that we can learn and be able to feel the pain of it to assure we learn the lesson. I feel like I am almost intentionaly doing certain mistakes to personally learn from them rather than just read them in a book. I think maybe it is a deeper force at work than just moving towards a goal. I pretty much want to experience everything life has to offer. I think we are living our destiny. I am experiencing all the things I need to before moving on to the next phase of life.

Like if I would be independant already, maybe it would be too easy and never would have gotten to go through the challenges with my woman. Which would have meant that we would not have cement holding us together. Challenges, pain, love, fear, sex, passion, freedom. Probably better to experience some pain tests together before you experience freedom. After freedom what test is there other than you don’t need to stay together because you don’t need each other and if you still stay together the test is: it must be love.


6 Responses to “Bad Luck VS Destiny”

  1. Bhetti Says:

    so, so… love. what changes? what if a person makes mistakes? what if you lose your mojo? then you are abandoned. It’s what majority of Alzheimer’s patient know and don’t know. Love dies.

  2. gunslingergregi Says:

    Just testing it creating memories. It is a descision to love that makes difference in loving for life. It is hardship in life that makes us strong enough to know we can make a descision to love forever. We still could but hardship proves.

    I am not talking only sexual love here. I am talking a choice to love/commit/be there for ever/old school till death/after death type love.

    Ahh but the wife/husband of that alzheimer’s patient doesn’t have to choose to leave them they can choose to love them anyway.

    Then the guy will be surprized every day like wtf who is this chick sucking my dick?

  3. Pupu Says:

    needs, essential but can be served by substitutes; wants, ever wanting until replaced by more burning wants. the body has needs, and the mind has wants.

    if the love bug is so incurable. why so few people die of broken hearts?

  4. gunslingergregi Says:

    Is that true though. I almost died of one but she lived.

    Yea the body has needs correct but the mind can destroy the body if it isn’t getting what it wants.

  5. Pupu Says:

    You lived too. Now, move on 🙂

  6. gunslingergregi Says:

    I am still with her.
    Don’t think I would make it without her.

    Sunday, April 13, 2008

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