Loving from a distance πŸ’™

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Pure love is letting go. The truest love isn’t clingy, possessive, smothering, controlling, demanding, or stalkerish. Whether it’s platonic or romantic, we can love from a distance if the love is not returned to us. Loving doesn’t mean phone calls and letters and gifts and compliments and physical contact. Those things are great when the love is mutual but if we aren’t together or not friends and someone doesn’t love us back, we can still wish the person the best, just in our minds. True love is wanting someone to be happy with or without us even when it’s painful.Β β€πŸ’œπŸ’›πŸ’šπŸ’™

Much love & light,

Kim

Xoxo Kim

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6 thoughts on “Loving from a distance πŸ’™

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  2. There is a famous Hindi (national language of India) movie in which Shah Rukh Khan(actor) says ,”Love is friendship. If I couldn’t become her very best friend in the first place, how can I fall in love with her at all”, your post reminds me of this! Thanks for sharing😊

    • Thank you for sharing that quote! What a sweet concept! And thank you for the info. About Hindi language. I did not know that is the national language. It’s always great to learn something new! ❀ Thank you very much for reading and for your comment! πŸ˜€

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