when we are spoon-feeding





it might be helpful to be somewhat mindful:

                    If you’re treating them like a baby,

don’t be faux-shocked

      when you start acting like one

aren’t we doing unto others what we would have done unto ourselves?

I’ve put my spoon down. 

If you want to feed yourself, there are those who would like to share in that. We are all gladly willing to do life with you. We simply can’t do all this choosing for you. Nor all the trying that belongs to you. So, stop trying to get it ‘right’ before you get on with the getting on. Together individually moving in the direction of love…does it sound worse than what’s happening?

What’s that you say?  

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