“Absolutes are never real, however, nothing is worth it if it isn’t making you happy. So get busy and focus on your own success and say to hell with the rest, cause you’ve got living to do and time doesn’t wait for nobody.” – Ryan L. Rinehart
“When someone wants you to fight for them but they themselves refuse to go the rounds, what does one do? Let the bell ring and the victory be called. There is no clear winner, just a split decision, so in reality, there is no winner at all. So it’s just another day to get back to the gym and train, live to fight another day.” “The Mending of Hart” by Ryan L. Rinehart
“She’s that silent whisper inside an echo, ricocheting throughout my heartbeats, as if like my blood she’s there to heal me and make me stronger with her love. Like when you breathe, you don’t have to put thought to it, she is always there on my mind, in my thoughts, she fills me up completely.” “The Last Affair of Hart” by Ryan L. Rinehart
“I want you to feel my presence without knowing I am there, you’ll just know somehow your heart will twinge or you’ll quiver and know I am close by. And I want the same feeling from you. Love’s powerful that way and has abilities like no other attribute in the world, it’s a wonder all on its own. You call it a fairytale, I call it love as it should be without limitation.”
“Affairs of Hart” by Ryan L. Rinehart
“From letting you go, I feel like I have given up on a dream, something that I sought for, fought for, only to lose everything. All it took was nothing short of infinity in pain. Searching within I know that I will find myself again. I have stood in times of devastation, knocked down just to get back up again. Resilience must be in my blood. For every dream there is a nightmare, for every hurt there is a care” “Reflections of Hart” by Ryan L. Rinehart
“The thing is, that storms don’t last forever, hell some only last a few minutes let alone a few hours, so why chase the hurricane, the tornadoes, or the little rain showers? We all need a little rain, but what we really want is a cool breeze on a warm sun shiny day. That’s the happiness, like the beach, the field of grass, the lake, all ready to enjoy instead of suffering through. You’ll find people in your life much the same way. Find the one who will weather the storm but are themselves the day you look forward to.” “Clarity of Hart” by Ryan L. Rinehart
“I felt the hurt well up in me like a darkness, at first it was a light misty fog that was pulsating with every beat of my heart. That bloom bloom sound echoing from my core made the misty fog swirl like a pack of darkly colored wild birds back and forth inside my depths. I couldn’t fight back the torment, the floodgates had burst open revealing the bitter waters of tainted love. Soon the misty fog had developed into the darkest thickness of any fog you could imagen. Lost in the darkness you only find you get hurt even more, no longer was there an echoing bloom bloom sound of a heartbeat, it had intensified and was all around. Encaged and engulfed into a reverberation of darkness that was the loudest silence you’ll ever hear and feel.” “Affairs of Hart” by Ryan L. Rinehart
“There’s an underbelly of disastrous intent in our lives, to try to make one seemingly not male or female but somehow without difference or detail as which is which or who is what. This will only lead to painful confusion and more suicides, because your inner identity will struggle with a forced and coerced image of what to be by a liberal society. Boys cannot learn to be men without an identity of what it is to be one, same coin but different side, girls cannot learn to be women without an identity of what one is. To generalize and set aside the unique qualities of what each of these identities has to offer is a complete disastrous and malicious destruction of a much needed social construct of true reality. Yes, there are bad examples of being a man or a woman in our society, but that’s what they are, bad examples, of what not to be. To be a better man or woman doesn’t come from a neutrality of confirmatory and shutting down what it is to be either one, being different and having one enhance the other in it’s positive complementary nature is the goal in a society.
What is the necessary neutrality is that both males and females strive for being better human beings, rather than the destruction of the identity of what it is to be either one.” – Ryan L. Rinehart
“The thing about my hands and fingertips,….they were made for more than writing, fighting, and painting. They were meant to be used along with my heart to touch another with understanding and loves passion. To let the strength in them boldly soften upon the caress of the one that holds my heart, to show her that here in these hands she is safe and very much loved.
The thing about love is……it can be the hardest wished for and wanted item in ones life. One has to keep waiting and hoping though. I have had glimpses of what I have wanted, thought I held that most sought out for kind of love, well you learn from it. Knowing it’s out there brings a smile and frustration.
The thing about waiting is….it may seem like it takes forever, but once the wait is over, you’re only waiting to start loving them again tomorrow.”
“Hart’s Heart” by Ryan L. Rinehart
“Never have I experienced the love for someone in such a way, sure I’ve had puppy love, tough love, dumb love, even the lustful kind of love, but this isn’t any of those pretenders. I have even wondered now what I had thought was a true love, if it was just a cover, a disguise, because what I am feeling isn’t like any other. Can it be after failure and the suffer that you get to finally have such a lover? My comprehension isn’t blurred because I know of this truly, but the articulation of the subject can be down right confusing. Together with her feels like the lost pieces have returned, that somehow I have got back everything that I was missing. I know she’s my everything, that I am a man in love, and with her love, that I can do anything.” – Ryan L. Rinehart