Appeasement & all of its glory!

I wonder when I’ll feel appreciation and true unconditional love?  When is it exactly that I will receive  recognition, minus the criticism?  I wonder when I’ll be good enough?

Leading me to impose my next question, what is perfection, and is there any possibility of obtainability?

Perfection? I’m not too confident anyone can just tell you what that is. I mean what is it? To me these unique corky characteristic and habits people demonstrate is a contributing attribute to one perfecting themselves and who they are.

But, hey that’s just me putting in my two cents. So, now ask yourself and tell if me was I right? Is there a definition to perfection?

I mean, isn’t perfection just a branch off of one trying to move towards efforts of appeasement ?……

2 Comments on “Appeasement & all of its glory!

  1. Perhaps it is simply what you want….how you feel from how the other person treats you…i’ve been coming to the discovery how all my life I’ve been to weak to disconnect myself from those around me who make me feel bad, simply because of their failure to identify how they are making others feel, and failure to look at their own problems. I feared that something bad would happen if I didn’t transform to the desired of their very very conditional love…the truth is there is so much unconditional love….letting go of the belief system that “family” automatically provides the highest amount of unconditional love possible, is, perfecting our openness to the world and to the unconditional love that exists (at least in what I’ve been experiencing)

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    • Dear You’ll figure it out,

      “Letting go of the belief system that “family” automatically provides the highest amount of unconditional love possible, is, perfecting our openness to the world and to the unconditional love that exists (at least in what I’ve been experiencing)”

      I really like how you worded that. I agree that unconditional love, or actually love for that matter isn’t received just from those with a title in our lives. As in people who we feel owe us loyalty, unconditional love, or etc.. like our family and/or friends.

      I as you, had to go through an experience in my life to realize that I too was beginning to allow myself to become molded into these things that people wanted me to be. All of which I wasn’t, pushing me further from who I am and ultimately led me to losing myself. Lastly, It’s good to hear you as well already realized this and now have grown more open to other people and less restricting confining boundaries.

      Sincerely,Unwept Soul

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