Review of “Love Is Blind” Season Two By a Great Grandmother and ACIM Student

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Yep, this is me back in the’90s. I look like a female lion in drag! Haha, Come to think of it that about matches my persona at the time. Yeah, the ring, number three, and counting.

And then I HAVE to say it. You KNOW I do! The one we truly need is God, the Father. That is what all of this attraction craving is all about, yes, even the hormones, in my opinion anyway. Take it or leave it, but I have put a lot of thought, study, and LAB WORK into this one. LOL.

I am suggesting that getting a handle on your own truth and who you believe yourself to be is better than seeking another person to identify and affirm that for you.

The challenge is that we do not feel free to be ourselves with each other. There is always a hat or a mask we need to put on.

When you marry you do not marry one person. You marry a family, a community, a society, a culture, a religion (meaning how in particular you choose to live your life day to day), and the list goes on. There are so many things that come into it.

Let me say up front what I understand about a macho man or woman is that they are very theatrical. They set a stage like nobody else. They are very good at hiding what they are really thinking or feeling. Maybe even from themselves. And this is what makes them SO dangerous to those who want to be close to them. Because you have no clue what you are dealing with. TRUST YOUR GUT. Not your other senses.

You want to have that connection with the Creator of YOU so that you may be in connection with who you are and whose you are. No one else has ownership of you. Not even you. Your Creator has claimed that. Period. Yet He gives you authority to be who you wish to be. And it will not be harmful because that is not God’s Will.

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Debra (Debi) Yvonne Simmons

Debra (Debi) Yvonne Simmons

Atonement, His (Christ’s) Story, Three Temptations: Addiction, Power-Hunger, and Depression, “Seeing” Truth in the “Unseen”, Living Above the Chaos C U there :)