If you don't receive love from the ones who are meant to love you, you will never stop looking for it, like an amputee who never stops missing his leg... ~Robert Goolrick  THE END OF THE WORLD AS WE KNOW IT, A Memoir The Search…


  1. Lord help me. I hope I don’t spend a life time in search…

    1. We’ve already found it. It wasn’t in the package we had been looking for.

  2. That was just a reaction. I’ve learned to be contented with the unfathomable, unchangeable and unconditional love of God; that is where I fail to get it where I expected. I pray it works for someone too. Bless u.

  3. You stop looking when you learn to find it within. When you learn to love yourself unconditionally. When you make your the relationship you have with yourself more important than any other you could ever know or have.

    1. Yes. That discovery is part of the search.

    2. That’s a big part of it, but we weren’t meant to be alone.

  4. If it happens in childhood, sadly, yes, it’s a forgone conclusion though, there are always people who pop up in unexpected times and places to help fill gaps. There is always hope.

    1. Yes, there’s always hope but not every can see it. In order to see it, we have to focus on what we have, instead of what we don’t have. As you said above, there are always people who pop up and fill in the gaps–that give us hope. I can certainly testify to this.

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