Do we loose who/what we love too quickly
• United States
14 Jul 08
There is a bedroom set that I have my eye on. I love it............now. But mind you, I don't own it or have it. It is really nice because at this point I don't have to make it, clean it or care for it. I suppose that I were able to gain possession of it, the newest of it would wear off. It would become common place. My desires would wander to something else. I think we do this with people to some extent. They are fun and exciting when they are new in our lives. Eventually, the newest wears off.
• Lubbock, Texas
13 Jul 08
That's kind of a two sided question. If those we love are with us for 100 years and we lose them it's still too quickly. On the other hand if we loose someone our own age, or a child, we probably notice our own loss more than we do someone else's loss. But once again if we love them and they're gone it was to soon.
13 Jul 08
You know how the saying goes. Time flies when you are havig un. Because we enjoy the people we love, and enjoyment is a big part of that love, we feel that we lose them all too quickly, or that time with them goes all too quickly, because again time flies when you are having a good time.