“Learn to light a candle in the darkest moments of someone’s life. Be the light that helps others see; it is what gives life its deepest significance.” – Roy T. Bennet

I Have A Dilemma

I have a few questions that need answering:

What are you supposed to do when someone writes you a letter saying they are hopelessly in love with you?

And what if you don’t want to hurt their feelings because they are really nice, but you just don’t love them back?

AND what can you do when they speak a language that you can understand (sorta), but you don’t really speak?

AND when you don’t want to drag someone else into it as an interpreter?

Now, you see what I mean when I say I have a dilemma?

Come on, I need some advice here.


Comments on: "I Have A Dilemma" (5)

  1. B Wolfman said:

    The truth is always best…and that can be done in a very discreet way, with kindness…but be careful, we live in a shaky world, and people are unstable with their emotions these days.

    Pray about it and ask your family for help in responding…that is for your protection. I will pray for you as well. God is good at giving us the words we need, when we need them.

    Love you…

  2. lovely word play.
    enjoyed the rhymes.

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  4. Mmm, a difficult dilemma, but a lovely designed blank card maybe?.. and in your own language and handwriting ‘sorry I can’t love you this way, only with the love of a friend’ …then it’s up to them to interpret what you’ve said? … and hopefully they’ll understand .. Sorry I couldn’t come up with anything more constructive … xPenx

  5. if you don’t love this person, tell them so, to not tell the truth will cause many problems, and is wronging the other person.

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