Did You Ever Love?

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They are like the promise of an amazing meal or unforgettable vacation. And every once in a while, I do, in fact, get one of those things. In my heart I knew it was true: I would marry him again and again, even now that I know that marriage is not necessarily easier or more pleasant than being alone, even accepting that marriage does not have any power to transport us back into a state of romantic bliss.

I know now that no actual human being can ever measure up to the romantic fantasy of a soulmate. Mark might be imperfect and imperfect-for-me , but I am also highly imperfect and, as such, imperfect for him. Determining the rightness of a match between ourselves and another is a fundamentally flawed enterprise, because nothing outside of ourselves—nothing we can buy, achieve, and certainly no other person—can fix our brokenness, can bring us the lasting joy that we crave.

Can I negotiate our disagreements with love and intelligence?

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Without losing myself to fear and emotion? Am I willing to do the introspective work required of marriage? Can I muster the self-awareness needed to keep from driving you away? Do I think I am brave enough to continue loving you, despite your flaws, and, more importantly, despite mine?

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But when you become a pushy meditator, you may be doing more harm than good. Christine Carter, Ph. Or had I? Did you marry the wrong person? We carved a memorial to the problem, dedicated it. Forgot our handkerchief. But nobody bought it. We freshly-laundered, bleached, deodorized the problem. We built a wall around the problem, tagged it with pictures of children, birds in trees. We renamed the problem, and denounced those who used the old name.

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We wrote a law for the problem, but it died in committee. We marched, leafleted, sang hymns, linked arms with the problem, got dragged to jail, got spat on by the problem and let out. We elected an official who Finally Gets the problem. We raised an army to corral and question the problem. They went door to door but could never ID. We made www. We amplified the problem, turned it on up, and blew it out. We inhaled the problem, exhaled the problem, crushed its ember under our shoe. We put a title on the problem, took out all the articles, conjunctions, and verbs.

We shot the problem, and put it out of its misery. We swallowed daily pills for the problem, followed a problem fast, drank problem tea.


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We read daily problem horoscopes. Then came Dylan's Infidels. It came out in and immediately became a personal favorite. I listened to it constantly and as usual started looking for some critics reviews. I remember one day sitting down at a taco shop in my hometown and eagerly reading a few magazine reviews of the album. As I read, I tried to converge my opinions with those of my usual professional reviewers-- and gradually realized we weren't on the same page. Finally I was able to read one of my favorite music magazines review of the album, and I came to the conclusion that the famous mag and big-time reviewer had almost no clue about the album and what Dylan was doing.

I was almost dumbfounded as I realized that a dumb goofball kid from SoCal who listens with patience and a good intent and who picks up clues certain artists leave for the listener might easily understand more than many if not most paid music critics.

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What I found was that there are only a scant few critics who actually lead people into in-depth appreciation of a a talented artist, and to me it is plainly obvious that most critics really do not put much thought, time, and effort into their subjects. There are always a few around who do, and I realized that the best course is to find people you trust to give you the critical goods-- and pay no attention to the others.

I will occasionally read some random review, but can't take them seriously-- even the ones who like him are often so shallow as to be unreadable. I found myself wishing he would have stuck with the feel of the first part for the entire song. After a few listens, I rather enjoyed the back-and-forth, though the countrified bass and drum do still seem a bit incongruous with the heartfelt Leonard part.

Admittedly, I'm only probably fifteen or twenty listens in, but this supposed "Major Misstep" is my favorite on the album so far. I was so amazed by the question being the content of a song that I didn't notice any of the transitions, at all Everyone else is already taken. NO At first i thought so and posted that opinion on another thread , but many listenings later I regret that post. It works well and resonates with some parts of the story of my life!

Feels like Tom Waits - " Talk about the very image of a gap between a man and a woman. Yet, you can imagine easily that their artistic personnas can have been a couple at some point. That this is more than plausible. It is good to have among us such men, such balancing monsters of love.

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Thank you! If this is a 'misstep', may there be so many many more.. I especially appreciated your post, and how Leonard's singing and the contrasts feel to you. Again, thanks to everyone. It's good to share. And good to be alive to experience this kind of Art that brushes the very face of Human Truth. This is my theory on the song: The song tells the story of two people who were involved in a relationship, lovers who are together no more.

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