Random Thoughts about lost love…
It can take only a millisecond to end a relationship…yet a lifetime trying to forget about it. You can travel the world, meet other people down the road, even get involved in another relationship - yet that gaping hole is still there. You feel it in your bones, you see his beautiful face every time you close your eyes, and you cry every time you hear that song you used to play that reminded you of him …and you can’t help but wish that things hadn’t changed. Why is change so necessary? Why do good things have to end so abruptly? Why do people say goodbye when love was obviously there? [In my case, there was no goodbye - more of a “you are no longer necessary” type of deletion, resulting in my world ending without warning.] Why does it take losing someone to realize how much they mattered to you? Why does “I love you” mean absolutely nothing anymore? It makes you question if it was even real. I know the answer to my questions - yet the process of change is so difficult to accept. No matter how hard you try to drown out those feelings, they’re still there in your mind. Even though the other person doesn’t even deserve a second of your energy due to their selfishness and the usual “I’ll talk to you only when I need you,” you still love him more than anyone else in the world because your heart can’t forget.
Hence, the Buddhist saying is true: “To live is to suffer.” Very rarely do we ever get what we want. Those who have found [and kept] the love of their lives are the luckiest people in the world.
Since writing this post sinwithagrin may have helped people, but has not within the last 4 days. sinwithagrin is a verified member, has been around for 4 years, 11 months and has 3 posts and 18 replies to their name.
Invite Others to Help
A logged in and verified Help.com member has the ability to setup a Friends List and invite others to help with posts.