Sharing

The way she smells. The way she shivers and responds to your touch. The way she gently trustingly stares into your eyes. The way you hear her call your name softly playfully. The way you share something special…

Pearl Heart
Photo Credit: Pearl Heart by Lyin Ryan

Anything Under the Sun
The hours seem to fly by unbelievably fast. Talking. Laughing. Sharing. Asking. Gently probing. Answering. About any topic. At any place. At any time. Thinking aloud. Baring your heart & soul. Sharing both your dreams & fears.

The sun is warm but not burning. The skies are blue with white puffy clouds. The world is your oyster. And there’s no where else you’d rather be & with no one else you’d rather be with.

Even the Most Mundane
Be it mundane topics. Or people most others would find boring. Each individual has their own thoughts, feelings & world view. Their own unique experiences in life.

So much that we can learn. If only we truly listened. If only we had real conversations. To be interested in people. To be living for right now at the moment always.

Learning from Sharing
And as we share. We learn from each other. About each other.

Thus we slowly grow. Sharing moments together. Heading forward on this journey of a lifetime. Slowly yet surely. One step by one step at a time.

Question
Why is sharing your thoughts & feelings important? To whom did you last had a real conversation with & why was it this particular person out of the billions of people out there?

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20 thoughts on “Sharing

  1. last time? ermmm…3 weeks ago
    cos she doesnt judge nor criticise…just ears n empathy and for that…i’m forever grateful πŸ˜‰

    how’s life at ur end dearie?

  2. Last time? Late yesterday evening with a dear friend. It is very important, I think. I talked and listened. It was nice. It’s part of the mystery of being thinking, feeling beings. Communicating with someone I care about reminds me I’m really here and strengthens me for the next thing.

    It’s a gift to know someone who listens honestly and speaks truthfully.

  3. Quote: “The way she smells. The way she shivers and responds to your touch. The way she gently trustingly stares into your eyes. The way you hear her call your name softly playfully. The way you share something special…”

    Oooh~ making out sesion eh? :p do give us more juicy details :p

    Answer: Bcos its ment to be shared & expressed, as just thinking about it aint enough πŸ˜‰ and its wif my dear Angel everyday :p

    Ref. to Jemima’s answer: i m jealous :p if i shared anything wif my mum it would be shot down and my feelings trampled 😦 n yea its from experience..

  4. wsg: i agree with you. he has nicely put his heart and soul into describing it ^__^ STEV, WE WANT MORE DETAILS

    answer: to think of it, i dont recall having anyone to really talk that profoundly. or even just a deeper-than-regular chat with friends. i find it tad hard to talk still… somehow.

  5. @jem: truly therapy for the soul indeed! at the same time do make sure you find close one(s) to share with as well =)

    @bzbee: mmm. true empathY? hard to find indeed. i’m doing very well indeed πŸ˜‰

    @sandy: “it’s part of the mystery of being thinking, feeling beings.” love your quote there. & really it does continue to strengthen us!

    @wsg: very nice answer of yours. tell ur gf that she’s a very lucky gal imho πŸ˜›

    @chao: heart & soul eh? keke
    hmm. well it’s up to you to take the first mini steps whenever you feel like it (or even if you don’t but know you should ;)) find someone you really trust to really talk heart-to-heart. sharing truly can be amazing experience.

  6. @Chao: Honestly and Sincerely, despite me and stev do joke around quite a bit eh-hem~ :p But if u ever do feel the need to borrow an ear or 2 and dont know who to turn to.. do give us a buzz πŸ™‚ We are happy to help πŸ™‚ and we can definately keep secrets πŸ™‚ Doctor-patient confidentiality no? :p hehe..

    @Stev: Thanks πŸ˜€ She says she knows :p

  7. stev, wsg: thanks guys πŸ™‚

    wsg: a bit??? that’s like an understatement. and ha ha… i definitely dont want to be your patient. habis aku punya mental :p

  8. @Chao: hahaha hey now is my reputation tat bad in your eyes? :p eh~hem* eh~hem* Just so u know my patients love me ok? especially the kids when they see me on the streets they call me ok? :p dont play play hahaha honestly its really a nice feeling when they call me :p even though i m not yet a dog..err doc :p

  9. @wsg: nah… just kidding tho ive no idea what you’re like during school days. my class used to joke about the potential drs in the class that the patients would end up even worse! anyway, are you actually specialising as a Paed or what?

  10. @Chao: Nah i dont think i will be specialising in paeds :p probably Orthopedics or ENT if given the chance to choose :p and haha.. honestly i dont think u would wanna befriend me if u knew me during my school days :p

  11. @chao: do feel free to ping dr.G or yours truly πŸ˜‰

    @wsg: (lol. someone’s been studying too hard.) and sharing on topic, i think anyone who knew you since school days would be more than glad to have made your acquaintance.

    footnote: hmm. we seem to be veering off-topic

  12. @Stev: Lol thx mate :p veering off topic? honestly no surprise there :p we do it all the time no? :p

  13. Sharing is caring. I think sharing is good between a person and his/her closed ones because you can get to know more about each other and the things that irks each other. From being sharing one can learn a lot about each other too.

    πŸ˜‰

  14. @pnplizard: very true that (blink182!) may we never forget the small details in life that are so important actually

    @whatever: i am err… robot? man? πŸ˜› (but it’s def good to share yourself. mmm…)

    @kyels: sounds like advice from a true sharing expert there πŸ˜‰

  15. Sharing your thoughts is very important as it makes you feel that there is someone out there that knows exactly how you feel, and that feeling is very re-assuring, especially when you are going through rough times.

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