Posted by: Reginald Cyntje | February 18, 2010

I’ve been thinking…

…that you are unique. God made you complete. Do you think so?

Do you love yourself? Do you love the person you are on the inside? Do you think that you are worthy, aware?

Do you know who you are? What you need? Maybe its Love? What you desire in life?

Do you demand quality relationships? Do you think you deserve it?

Are you happy? Can you be?

Why did you let them into your life if they weren’t treating you right? Was that all you required? Do you like predators? Maybe just camouflaged users? If so, why?

Are you in a better place now? Will you take care of yourself? Will you choose wisely who enters your space? Your temple? Is this a new beginning?

People will do to you what you allow them to. Only a few will not take advantage. Or so they say…

Do you think you are beautiful or any fool saying so will do? Do you think you are sensual or does any touch make you feel loved?

I’ve been thinking I want more for you than you want for yourself. Is that true?

Is your self worth based on what others think? Hiding behind your smile, crevices of shame. Can you own your mistakes and forgive yourself?

Self love…you are constantly changing and growing. Honor who you are and who you are becoming. Imagine the person you want to be and keep them in your sights at all times. Your thoughts of self create your reality. We all make mistakes. We live and we learn. For most, the road of life is a flexuous path. We are spiritual beings experiencing a very human existence.

I appreciate you and others do as well. I see your worth, your love, your confidence, your style, your wit, your smile and your spirit.
I’ve been thinking you should be loved, honored, respected, cherished, adored. Do you?



  1. I read this and wonder does he ask these questions to himself ? Has he forgiven himself for not being able to protect himself from being hurt and used ? Has he forgiven himself for not being able to protect the ones he loved from being preyed upon by fathers that should’ve loved them ? Can he accept that he is beautifully imperfect and that he will never be perfect ? Can he allow himself to be loved just for who he is not because of what he gives or how well he preforms ? Can he stop looking for perfection in other people and know that God is the only one to be worshipped ? Can he accept that until he dies there will be times when like everyone he will be a complete ass ? Can he learn to see the failures of others and instead of judging say “but for the grace of God there go I” ? Does he know that he is not truly loved until a person sees his fault and still chooses to love him anyway ? Does he know that true love is when you let someone see the skeletons in your closet and instead of running scared they help you clean them out ?

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