One of the great ironies in life is that the places of the most peace (perceived or actual). Can also be the sources of the blackest chaos. This is not Maury “are you my baby daddy”, material so if you’re looking for entertainment of that nature I wouldn’t suggest reading much further. This is a plea written to anyone who has been or is deeply in love. I was a brother who had never really been in love. No great deal of experience in any area because I was waiting on something (although I didn’t know what). It was like I had to sneeze but couldn’t. Then I meet a person who made every nightmare petty, understood my every indiscretion and did not know the meaning of, nor use for unkind. It’s been almost two years now since I meet this person. We have fought tooth and nail to be in one place together (We meet online She was in school in Texas, and I was in school in Tennessee). Now on the doorstep of our two anniversary we can’t even seem to get along. I feel as though we are so ungrateful that we are almost not deserving of the blessing we were so fortunate to receive in each other. It may seem contradictory but I almost feel like just letting the relationship go simply because if you can’t find it in yourself to be happy with a good thing then maybe you are misguided in thinking that it is for you. Love is a wild animal not meant to be tamed by these cages and notions we give it. That is why I want to take the time to say if you have a person you love please don’t be like us. Love that person like the blessing that they are. I am not saying that you shouldn’t grow, or help that person to grow. Neither am I saying that you should sweep legitimate problems under the rug. However I am saying don’t let your relationship be defined by its shortcomings. Instead let it be defined by that wild animal that is love, unleashed, and grateful for it’s spirit. Love them........that’s it.