I also don’t know where the idea of just having one person make you happy for the rest of your life came from either.
Because I believe that parts of us have different soul mates and at one point or the other, we connect with those lost souls and for a moment, become infinite.
I haven’t read Perks of Being a Wallflower but the quotes that i’ve been picking up from it seems to make a whole lot of sense.
For one thing, people leave all the time and life goes on after that. I totally do not understand constantly grieving for a person or a relationship lost without even taking the time to appreciate the good things that happened before it fell apart.
I used to be one of these people. I used to cling to people and relationships like stingray. I used to think that in order for a relationship to be significant, it has to last forever.
What i never truly understood, that sometimes, the most meaningful relationships don’t have to last forever.
This is not discrediting relationships that are built on trust or longevity. But sometimes, things just don’t workout the way we want them to.
Sometimes, circumstances force us to let go of people we shared a connection with and most of the time, we just have to let it go.
it hurts like hell you know.
but sometimes, the best way to save the relationship is to lose it.
Be grateful for what it was and move on, knowing that you are bound to meet more souls that would make butterflies run loose in your tummy and make your head spin.
Life is made up of little moments, and those moments turn into infinite ones once we learn to see them as such. 🙂