Well… speak up!

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What is it about someone else’s attention that makes one more attractive or desirable? 

Is there a link between your finding someone attractive and validation when someone else finds that person attractive? 

Will it take someone else to show attention for you to realize what you almost had? Or in the opinions of some, should rightfully have?


I don’t have answers to these questions. As I ponder the project that is seemingly going to take up a chunk of my dearest summer, I have been presented with some pretty interesting situations from those closest to me. I have personally inquired of God, and a few close individuals, about certain prayers. Have I stopped praying them? Ab-so-lute-ly NOT! I take the pray without ceasing scripture pretty seriously…and you should to.  I just have learned that paying attention to something doesn’t always require vocalizing, posting, or even writing about it. 

Shocking, right?

I value the thoughts in my head. If I wrote everything that I thought …. I’d probably be in trouble. Either for the truth, the content, or the timing of my thoughts. However the questions that opened this blog are for the public. Someone, ANYONE, please respond. I am really curious about those in particular. I have one more to add to the bunch:

What does it mean to love someone?

Chew on those…then respond….PLEASE (Insert batting eyelashes).


Ivy Out

By Andonnia

I am the King's daughter. I am my parents' daughter, a godmother, an aunt, a niece, a sister, a soror, a listener, a hearer & doer, a philanthroservant, a writer, a student, a teacher, a live-right enthusiast, a fail forward live-er, a business woman, a woman after God's heart! ~iLove~

2 replies on “Well… speak up!”

Okay, so I can answer all of those beginning questions with this one statement… (staying in my own lane). A person isn’t going to be desirable to me once someone else has already noticed that person. In my opinion, I feel like you just miss your opportunity if you don’t seize it once it’s presented to you. If you don’t value that treasure when it’s there, you can’t go running and looking for it once it’s gone and someone else has found value. That person isn’t rightfully yours if you couldn’t take the time to give notice. You snooze you lose! lol

Now for the last question, what does it mean to love someone? To love someone, it has to be unconditional. You shouldn’t love someone for what they can do for you but for what you can do for them. Loving someone is a selfless act, not a selfish one. With it being unconditional, that’s how your love for someone stands…. Hope that helps!

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