Yes it is. Let me explain why.
There is a sun in the sky, and it is a source of seemingly unlimited power. It shines all the time, even at night, even when it’s cloudy, even when we either can’t or won’t see it. Now, if you point a solar cell at it what do you get- some of the sun’s energy converted to electricity. If you add a second solar cell you get twice as much energy. Keep adding solar cells and pretty soon you have a solar array getting lots of free energy. That sunlight is given without condition and whether you choose to receive it or not. Like love…..
So that was like Bobbi and I. She shined her love on me and the more I liked it, the more receptors I turned her way (and the more she turned my way of course). She was the sun in the sky of my life, and soon I had all of my receptors turned her way, and the more I turned to her the more of her love blessed me. It was always there, all I needed was to grow to recognize it. When the sun went out, I guess I just wondered if I’d ever get to put those skills to use again.
Suddenly there was a new sun in the sky! If it wasn’t for Bobbi, I would not have been receptive to it. I also may have been willing to “settle” for something less- a flashlight of love, as it were, instead of the real thing. No, I was holding out for another star in my orbit, and then there was one. Now I know the real thing when I see it. The new star is just as bright, maybe a slightly different spectrum, but look at me- I have my solar array all ready to go! Sometimes she looks at me in wonder and says “I didn’t know there was a man who could love a woman like you do”. What can I say? I had a good teacher.
Happy Valentine’s Day baby.