I haven't posted on ATS in a couple of months, but I read your post and it made me rethink about posting; and had to reach-out and offer what
small-bit of condolence I could give to you.
JP, your relationship with Aquarius is very special. You both transcended the 2-D world of the internet and the relationship you've both shared is
very-real. Just that moment of "connection" and "reaching-out" as two Human Beings, sharing the moment in E-Mails is very special. Don't grieve, my
friend, we oftentimes do not realize how much of an impact we've had on another person by even the smallest thing or words said in an E-Mail.
Those times are special, so hold them in your heart and they wlll live forever. I know it hurts in areas you've never felt pain before, and it is
confusing because you haven't been in close-contact with your dear friend, but do we have to? With that said, it seems very possible. And how does
simple text convey emotions as friendship and love? Perhaps text serves as a "messenger" of sorts? Perhaps.
Don't be too harsh on yourself, now afterwards, Aquarius knows how deeply you care and love her as a friend, those things are timeless and transcend
time and space, so while it may seem as if you've not done enough here and now, just remember, the confirmation of this fact, proves that you indeed
do much much more than the average person, who wouldn't have thought much of the friendship.
Dream, Dear One, Dream...and never forget that love and friendship goes beyond time and space and truly is eternal.
Much love and light,
OH, this just ocurred to me, that I should tell you this: "When one door closes, another or many is opened." Aquarius thought enough of your posts
to friend you, but by writing about her, you reached-out to honor her by posting this, and it seems as if many doors opened. You've paid it forward,
my friend, and this little fact is exactly how we ALL should live. Pay it forward. If we all reloaded a Starbucks card we've sent to an online
friend, everyone would be able to share a coffee in friendship and no one would ever be in need of that good cup of Joe. Imagine if we did this on a
massive-scale, how much better this world would be? No one would ever be lonely, hungry, or alone...it's sad we don't use this marvelous technology
to its best-use for the betterment of humankind.
Thank you for sharing your wonderful story, and I would be PROUD to call you a friend!
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