Finding love again

I’ve ignored this space for ages simply because so much has been going on and I’ve been kept busy, but I’m back briefly because I want to pen something that most people are concerned about, but never really talk about it, and even if they do, they never really find the answer to it.

I had a conversation with a dear friend of mine who will be getting married in a matter of weeks, and she expressed that with her big day nearing, she was nervous and worried; it’ll be her second time walking down the aisle.

I’ll never know what or how she truly feels, because I have never been in her shoes.

However, I do know how a heartbreak feels… The pain… The agony… The sleepless nights… The mind going crazy with all kinds of thoughts…

But at some point, we do get out of it.

We force ourselves out, meet friends and people… We pick ourselves up (and the bits and pieces) and find new things to immerse ourselves in. We catch up with old friends and relatives we haven’t seen in a while, and life gets better. Given time, everything is a distant memory; it never ever leaves us, but it doesn’t hurt as much as it used to.

And then we meet someone, and we fall in love again. And we doubt it again once more because of our past.

It’s perfectly normal and it’s perfectly fine. Thoughts are something that we have some trouble controlling, but there is an outlet, which is to change our perspective of the situation.

Sure, a lot of things could go wrong, but think about what has gone right. You’ve finally found a love worth your time, worth your everything.

Some people never get married. Some people never find love. Some people are alone all their lives, rejected and dejected, living a life not knowing what it means to share it with a significant other.

In a world where so many things could have gone wrong, you’ve found love once more. By some mysterious force, by circumstances, you found your significant other.

After everything that has happened, you truly are blessed to have found the love of your life.

I don’t know if it makes sense, but G, I hope you get the gist of it. Cast your worries aside, and have faith that everything will turn out fine. ❤

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