Real Talk; The Context!

Here’s a bit of the context, to what this love is based, why my heart has words. This summer, will be thirty seven years, the heart to heart encountered. The summer of 86, when I knew her love, would Always be. Sure, over the years there were conditions, factors, situation, feelings. But within the ambience, God’s love, our frame of reference. Circumstances, we all face them. Events playing out, giving a glimpse, into what happens in our lives. They make a statement, give you an idea, but not always the understanding. Will the love last, rise up with strength, or crumble, underneath the breadth? Profound love, lives in the depth, breathless. When the soul feels, the heart bleeds, the love flows, reveals love’s crimson hue. Ain’t no way, better or for worse, will ever cease to be, the essence of my vows. Always, the song our hearts will dance to. Then, when our hearts were wed. Now, in every moment shared. Forever, what will proclaim, our endless love!

Some of you have probably noticed, I haven’t been posting on my regular days, or reading. I don’t share the details, to what my family and I face. I shared my daughter’s passing, two years ago. My post shares the love, what my soul has experienced, in my fifty plus years. I like to focus, on Love’s positive side. Real talk, here’s some context. For the past 15 years, my wife has been battling a condition, which attacks different parts of her body. In the past four years, she’s been in the hospital every year. She’s been in there, for over a week now, with a new issue; loss of partial movement, in her left arm and leg. She was also in there, a few months ago in December, for two weeks, for something else. When she is home, she’s in bed 80% of the time, being as strong as she knows how. I won’t go into detail, during the week day; my day starts at 6:30 am, and ends at 1:00am. Looking after her, the home, working two jobs, blogging, writing, reading; my days are full, but never overwhelming. Two months, before our daughter passed, in 2021, my wife spent three weeks in the hospital, and almost died on the way; but God. Like I said, I don’t usually share these kinds of things, but thought this little glimpse, would encourage someone. Love in action, shares the vulnerability, cares within the vulnerable moments!

For the last few years, from time to time, she has asked me; not to leave her. But the truth is, where would my love be, if I turned my back, on part of my heart. Always, Forever, never ponders the notion; what if? Wholeness is, love being wholehearted. Perhaps, you can understand my why; the context to my words. My heart will never be ready, let her go, let the love wither. Love within a perpetual bloom, deepened by the root. Tears become the water, letting the heart be the continuous light, revealing love’s breathtaking beauty!


33 thoughts on “Real Talk; The Context!

  1. Wow Warren, you’re going through A LOT. I had no idea. I’m so sorry and I’m thinking of you and praying for you and your wife. I’m so very sorry about the loss of your daughter. The pain of losing someone we love is sometimes unbearable. I’m here if you ever need to talk about it or just rant and rave for a bit.

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  2. Don’t be afraid, for I am with you. Don’t be discouraged, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you. I will hold you up with my victorious right hand.
    Isaiah 41:10
    Hey Warren, I’m sorry for all that you’re going through, I pray that the Lord strengthens you and your wife in these hard times. Remember, you’re not alone in this, the Holy Spirit, who lives inside us is with both of you looking after you. I have you in my prayer list now. Be blessed💕

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  3. Warren, thank you for sharing your heart. Your love for your wife and the Lord, shines through your prose. May the Lord strengthen you and carry your burdens, as you help your wife, work two jobs, write and blog, and deal with the losses in your life. You are not alone. Praying for you and your wife.

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  4. Thank you for being so vulnerable and opening a part of your world to us. I am sure there are those of us who are inspired by the strength of the love you both share. In a climate where we are so prone to walk away when the going gets tough, it’s a blessing to see a man who stays true to his vows of ‘ for better or worse’. May the God of peace grant you and yours all you need to navigate these challenging seasons. May His healing virtues flow through your wife even now – I still believe in miracles. Again, thanks for sharing your story.💕🌼

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  5. This a great tribute to the sanctity of marriage and it root being founded in love. Praying for God’s grace to be strength for you and your wife and your love to abound deeper and greater. Praying for the Lord’s healing touch and his joy to carry you both through.

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  6. In our Hindu tradition, the saying goes that “marriages are made in Heaven”, where God plays the role of a matchmaker, and binds two souls for eternity. You marriage sounds like God’s work too. I pray for your daughter’s soul to rest in His presence, for your wife to heal by His grace, and for you to move onwards to the best of your days.🌺

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  7. Wow Warren, thanks for sharing this with us. We know and I’m sure she knows too that you’re not going anywhere. I pray her condition improves and that you will continue to find the strength to be there for her.

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