JILLIAN B. HART
"If two points are destined to touch the universe will always find a way to make the connection. Even when all hope seems lost certain ties cannot be broken. They define who we are and who we can become. Across space, across time, across paths we cannot predict, it always finds a way......."
Can love be defined as an energy between two people? If energy can neither be created nor destroyed, does that then too mean that love can never be created or destroyed? That love just is. Always was. Always will be. It’s there. Destined to find us. Once we love a person does every action in our lives touch on some chord that will vibrate in eternity in their heart? We can not deny how we feel. We can attempt to bury it and ignore it. Put it in a box and hide it away. Yet, it never ceases to exist. Is that why when someone says they love you, it makes you really happy, but yet you don’t really “feel” it. It was already there before the words were spoken. But, if someone takes that love away, or says they don’t love you anymore, you can feel every ounce of where it filled you up drain away. Leaving you feeling empty. Out of energy. That energy is still there. It cannot be created nor destroyed. It’s just not wrapped around you anymore. It becomes a conscious intention as to how we move on from that kind of change in the energy in our little corner of the world. Some may positively interact with it forever or act as if it never was. There is no escape. It’s part of your personal infinity. Love never leaves you. It’s energy just changes.
The “Red Thread of Fate” which also has other varying names like “Red Thread of Destiny” refers to an East Asian belief or myth that the god’s tie a red string around those destined to meet. Some believe that two are tied together with a knot and the others are just looped around to cause a more temporary connection. Both ideas expressing that we are inextricably connected to certain people. Perhaps even to all people like expressed in the idea of “six degrees of separation”. Every interaction has an impact on the string or thread. It gets tangled, stretched, beaten and battered but never breaks. All kinds of shifts can take place but the path of the connected thread is a constant. It inexorably weaves it’s way with you through life linking you and your common connections in the universe.
According to Chinese legend, the god in charge of “The Red Thread” is believed to be Yuè Xià Lǎo, the old lunar matchmaker deity, (Ah, yes the moon! Another source of energy commonly symbolic to lovers - but that’s another blog.), who is also in charge of marriages. Two people connected by the thread are then destined to be lovers. Fated to be connected regardless of time, place or circumstances. Regardless of a happy life or existence that goes on without daily interactions with the other. The thread never breaks. So similar to the Western concepts of soul mates or twin flames.
Tony recently did a He Said, asking; “Do You Have a One that Got Away?”. I believe many people do - even if they admit it or not.
A person can have a good life. Be happy with their mate, kids, family and still have a forever connection to another. Not want to give up a thing that they have right now. Not want to risk the good and happy relationship that is their life, yet part of them yearns for that other person. Perhaps, Facebook isn’t responsible for this resurfacing of emotions that seem so commonplace in our tech world as Tony wrote about in his post. Apparently "the One That Got Away" has to do with love. Love that can not be created or destroyed. It always was and always will be. Perhaps, the “Red Thread of Fate” explains it. It’s not a matter of “the One that Got Away” but rather, the fact is, if you choose to acknowledge it - YOU CAN NEVER GET AWAY. LOVE ALWAYS REMAINS!