Monday, June 7, 2010

Closed ears


Can you tell me . . . How do you share what's in your heart to to someone that has turned their back to you and closed their ears?


  1. Oh dear. I'm sorry to say that you cannot. Not when (or until) they want to hear it. Write it out as in a letter, if you've not already done so. I mean actually with your stationery, nice pen, even an envelope at hand. I have had (too) much experience with this in the I must say, don't send it. Not yet. There may be a time when this person will be open to hearing what you have to say; maybe not. It could be years but it can happen.

    I am sorry.

  2. There’s no way of reaching a person who doesn’t want to talk to us. But there is one thing called patience...if we wait, then at one point, that person might listen to us. In this kind of situation, we shouldn’t push the person though.

  3. In response to both Guilia and Nadira Rahman,

    Thank you for stopping by and for the comments that you left. I appreciate that very much. Yes, it is what I know, but we all need to hear it over again. Patience is a true virtue, and hope is what keeps us believing. I do have hope, it's the patience part that is hard for me with relationships.

    One Woman's Thoughts