Understanding Our Parents Comes With Taking Their Place

21 06 2010

KILLING THE BUDDHA
Confession: Lughnasadh

by Eric Scott

“. . .things are never as we remember. But there are things we can only discover about our parents when we take their places, things to learn about magic that only magicians can know.”

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21 06 2010
Audrey

Too true.

My mother had passed away many years before I married and had my son. I always knew she loved me and my brother. Never doubted it. Ever. But until I held my own child, I had absolutely no idea the depth of that love, the sheer power of that love. It was one of the happiest days of my life, and one of the saddest. I would have given anything to be able to say to my mother, “Now, I understand.”

21 06 2010
JJ

Exactly!

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