It depends on who you are; If you can stand the pain of love and rejection- then let love in. But if you've been hurt to many times (like me...) then keep your wall down until you are ready to feel others love and affection, or hatred and rejection. But, it all depends of course.
what do you think? which one makes sense, better yet which one do you want to do. Who in their right mind would refuse true unconditional love? and if you do it is only because you have conditioned yourself to want otherwise for whatever crazy reason. Keeping walls up not only promotes misery, but promotes loneliness as well .....go figure
Vonda G. Nelson
Let love in. Life is meant to be experienced, in love and all other aspects. Experience every emotion. You only have one life, why waste it?
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