2019年10月06日 英语美文 暂无评论

The other day as I talked with a friend I recalled a story that I heard this summer. A compassionate person,


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the other day as i talked with a friend i recalled a story that i heard this summer. a compassionate person, seeing a butterfly struggling to free itself from its cocoon, and wanting to help, very gently loosened the filaments to form an opening. the butterfly was freed, emerged from the cocoon, and fluttered about but could not fly. what the compassionate person did not know was that only through the birth struggle can the wings grow strong enough for flight. its shortened life was spent on the ground; it never knew freedom, never really lived. 内容来自美文网

i call it learning to love with an open hand. it is a learning which has come slowly to me and has been wrought in the fires of pain and in the waters of patience. i am learning that i must free the one i love, for if i clutch or cling, try to control, i lose what i try to hold. verywen.com

if i try to change someone i love because i feel i know how that person should be, i rob him or her of a precious right, the right to take responsibility for one's own life and choices and way of being. whenever i impose my wish or want or try to exert power over another, i rob him or her of the full realization of growth and maturation. i limit and prevent by my act of possession, no matter how kind my intention. 本文来自美文网

i can limit and injure by the kindest acts of protection or concern. over extended it can say to the other person more eloquently than words, you are unable to care for yourself; i must take care of you because you are mine. i am responsible for you. www.verywen.com