"Don't think that love has to be permanent. (It) remains as long as existence allows it. Change is beautiful; it gives you more and more experience, more and more awareness, more and more maturity."
If we think of love in these terms, there's an underlying sense of trust.
Similar to the trust that another breath will come.
Osho describes the in breath as life and the out breath as death.
While that feels a bit heavy to me, I see it as an opportunity to start anew with each breath.
To offer yourself grace in the moment and trust that all is as it's meant to be.
That doesn't mean it's not uncomfortable or challenging but simply that in the moment I'm not able to see the bigger picture and that from a death comes life.
Similar to the decaying leaves of a tree give life to that tree to bloom again.
We have that same ability...to allow parts of ourselves and out lives to die away to create fertile ground to start anew...one beautiful breath at a time.
We learn from one another. Xo