LIMP BIZKIT frontman Fred Durst posted a new message to fans on his "American Aliens" blog. The singer wrote, "If I were to fall in love with a new soul today, it would be something I have never experienced before. The feelings I get that fall in the category of what i am calling 'love' seem to constantly evolve as I gain new perspectives along this journey of my individual life. What was once love to me has been erased by what is now love for me, but somehow they have remained constant in tone and surely have the ability, at any point in my life so far, to make me powerless. The spirit inside of me is a predator of energy and balance. Even if the new chemistry mirrored exactly a situation or love I've felt before, it would still be different. That just boggles my mind sometimes. It is very easy to digest that fact, but it is also very easy to realize that the chances of actually finding, connecting, bonding, and mutually devoting yourself to another spirit that was absolutely the one for you are against all odds. BUT it does happen because I see and feel it all around me in every moment I have open the doors to let it in. I can sense things so clearly at times and I have been around those who have absolutely found or been found by their soul mate. The hope is, without a shadow of a doubt, there and will always be. This assures me all is well regardless of my mind's own interpretation of exactly where I am at in this particular genre of love and life. I know, I know, I'll stop."When things that are living are in fact dying they change colors, but the things that are already dead will always remain the same."
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