Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Tough Descisions

photo by Serafina Samadhi

The toughest decision I ever had to make was around mother's day or Easter when my X had enlisted my children after a number of seasons of undermining me with our kids; I was given an ultimatum and I was told to choose between them and Master Samadhi.

At first I thought my only option was to to stay, but then I knew my existence would empty and void. I realized that to live the rest of my life that way was not what I wanted. So I asked Master for another chance with him, and he replied he would wait for as long as I needed to come and be with him.

Well the rest is history as they say and even with all kinds of tumult going on around us we became us today. I am convinced I made the correct choice.


  1. I am forever grateful that you choose to be with me, and forever hateful that you were forced to have to choose at all . . .

  2. Thank you for sharing this. It helps to know others have been through this and thrived.


  3. That you've been put in such a position is reprehensible. We are pleased that everything seems to have worked out nicely in the end.

  4. Ever the optimist, i just know that some day there will be a reunion and eventually reconciliation. You so much but at the very least sincere apologies, if that's enough for you, of course.

    In the mean time, i am thrilled to be a part of your happiness. Thank you for that. =)

    1. I am also very glad we have met. . I have a sister who has the same name as you and is likely about the same age as you!



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