Aug. 2, 2011


by Rechell Williams (author's profile)


7:00 a.m.

When you love someone, you take what they give and let it be as good as it gets. Because when you're monogamous, that is as good as it gets. Because that's all you're going to get. Get it?

9:30 a.m.

Clearly, loved ones should try to accommodate each other—they should in fact rush to meet each other's need—but accommodation doesn't improve a relationship if it's forced. All I can do is try to do my part. Knowing that for me to apply pressure, make demands, or "set boundaries" in order to force loved to do their part, always makes a bad situation worse. Real love between partners, friends, parent and child, or between any two is sustaind by a deep familiarity with each other's weaknesses and needs, and it includes a profound willingness to receive in our heart the way the other person wishes to feel and act.

Rechell Williams III #V-69138
Corcoran State Prison, CA
Holla At'cha, Boy!


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