Shelbyra Fitri "다비치"

"God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change; courage to change the things I can; and wisdom to know the difference"

I am almost certain that you are holding on to someone who still seems to be there but has long been gone he was just looking for a decent way out of your relationship. You know how men can get away with words. Saving the friendship was just an excuse. It was totally unfair when he wanted you to hold on and see if he still loves you after a year had passed. That was an outrageously selfish proposition.

There is nothing wrong in loving someone. You may be able to bear the pain when love begins to hurt. And when it hurts, you may still be able to give even more. You may be even able to love until it hurts no more. But what good does it bring you when the person you love shows no respect for what you feel and makes lame excuses for his inability to love you back? Love isn't love until you give something away. Love will only be alive when it is shared by two people who believe in its meaning, are selflessly loyal to each other and share one goal, one commitment.

God's ways aren't always easy and painless. Some are meant to open our eyes to what we do not see. Some are meant to make us realize what we stubbornly refuse to understand. But all of them will always be meant to make us stronger and better persons. We just have to trust Him on that.

You may find your way to the farthest planet and still remember him. Distance has so little to do with forgetting. This healing should begin in our hearts. Acceptance is the first step to recovery. Once you have learned to understand that this is where it ends then it is the only time when you will learn how to move on with life without having to stop every time you are reminded of the bitterness of the past.

—Joe D Mango

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