posted on Mar, 12 2012 @ 07:15 AM
Once upon a time there was a girl who had a mistress who was kinder then ice. The mistress was always trusting, very loving and the girl was jealous
of her love.... her love to attain a wonderful man. One day the young girl and her mistress were attacked. The girl hid during the fight afraid of
death.... and when the time came for her to fight for herself she was saved by her mistresses daughter and watched as the mistress was killed and the
daughter stabbed through the heart to protect her. Her husband begged the girl to take care of herself.... to trust him that her death would not solve
any problems. One day the young girl grew ill from overexertion and died as a result of her neglecting her own health and well being. Afterwards the
young girls soul was brought back from the brink of death and forced into a mortal shell upon the Earth. During this mortal life the girl was abused
mentally and physically. Plagued by her imperfect body, plagued by her horrid past memories and the fact she could not remember who she was exactly.
The young girl thought she was learning how to love and feel and to do anything for her mentor who found her one day and took her under his wing. But
one day the young girl feared that she would be left alone forever after helping her mentor with his problem that could affect the entire worlds well
being. Her eyes opened to brutal truths she realized and she feared leaning on those whom she should trust. One of them being her mentor. She realized
she feared falling on a man who may be able to help her and heal her. Yes... this girl lives and her soul is still tortured.... she has had to learn
to love, to trust, to abandon her fears and use her courage and inner strength to pull through the day. She has learned to accept that her path is her
own and that it is forever changing unless she fixes her flaws and problems in it to avoid the mistakes of the past. She must learn to freely trust
and never fear being alone. She must trust in him.... the man from her past.