“I want to meet someone by an accident, but stay on purpose” -anonymous
It is said that if we meet someone, we had a debt with that person. The largest the debt, the longer we had chance to be with that person. It is the reason why we were born in a such family, have parents like our parents now, have best friends when senior high school while another person already had best friend since junior high school.
It is also the reason why some persons came to our life, but not all of them could stay for long time. Even they came as our family member, friends, and maybe a special someone.
Even some couples that had got married, who believed it as a fate, but then have to be separated when they finally pay back their debt to each other.
“Some people come to our life and stay, but some of them only come to give us lessons, for us to learn”
When we realize it, then we can let go everyone who come and goes. We might hurt at that time, but then as our comprehension grows deeper, we will be thankful for every lessons they had tough.
“If you love somebody, let them go, for if they return, they are yours. If they don’t, they never were” – Kahlil Gibran
Those, Kahlil Gibran said it firmly in explicit sentence, yet trenchant when he said “never were”. Though, we could not be so cruel to think that somebody is never were, we can choose to let it be buried with the time had passed. Only bring the lessons so we can be better in the future.:)
Finally, we’ll agree that the most important people now is them whom be with us now or one day.
There are many kind of ginger cookies, some are sweet, some are bitter. Learn from the past mistake so we can make a new delicious ginger cookie.
To everyone, I hope this post encourage you and I wish you’ll find someone better 🙂
this post is submitted for the 19th challenge of BEC. To dear admin, thanks for this occasion that full with maximal confusion. But, then we know how to fix it by our self.
Come and join us 😀 Don’t be proud until you can finish a challenge here.. (although for me, sometimes need so many struggles).
Because I write for the joy of writing
with much more love,