As long as he needs me
I know where I must be
I'll hold on steadfastly
As long as heeee neeeeeds meeeeee.
As long as life is long
I'll love him right or wrong
And somehow I'll be strong
As long as heeeeee neeeeds meeee.
When you are lonely, then you must know
If someone needs you,
you love them soooooooo
I won't betray his trust.
Though people say I must
I've got to stay through JUST
As Long As HEEEEEEE NEEEEDS MEEEEE!\
Okay, people. If you've been reading me thus far you probably get that this sort of thinking gets me thinking. It's not so good. Living life because someone needs you isn't a life. You actually have one that is far greater than care-taking someone else's, although it is noble to help others. You're worth something even though someone needs you. Identity is threaded with one's job, values, position in your family, community, all that others associate with when they think of-- you. You are a separate entity. You are not all about your dependent.
Or are you?
Emotions and happiness are very much attached to a significant other.
I'll post more on this in the next few weeks.
Gotta' run, T.D.
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