So I discussed this point of view of innocence with my husband. He just shrugged and said I can’t judge people. They are how they treat me. And if they hurt me for no reason I’ll just walk away after some point.
I felt like screaming my head out and say really, are you REALLY that innocent? He just looked at me with the most adoring puppy face as if sensing an explosion and I smiled. He just had the guts to do what I couldn’t. He values the goodness in somebody more than the bad. He kept his innocence when everyone around him pulled him down. He had faith in himself and came out the better man.
It takes a lot to push him away. If he still believes in you he will come back and fetch you and believe in you with the same conviction he did earlier. Which is a bit weird. At times you feel like just leave me alone. I’m way past being goody goody.
Even in the innocence I found him, I doubt my own. I doubt my ability to trust and open up. Knowing very well that there he is, saying something to me and saying something else behind my back.
3 thoughts on “Finding innocence”
Innocence is seen, displayed and natural.
As in your Post.
Finding is not Necessary.
Innocence is spread all over.
We need the eyes to see it.
I agree we can see it but the point is believing in it. This is in continuation to my post of The loss. Do read that.
“Believing” is an ingredient.
Yes I have read the Post ‘Loss and Finding” .
I shall put a comment on that post only.