Day 57

Is this even normal? Is this part of the process? To feel bad for him, for his situation, for his choices? Not that I feel ‘bad’ in a bad way, but I feel bad in a more I-understand-your-situation-and-I-feel-bad-that-you-had-to-go-through-it. I’m glad though that he finally found someone who makes him happy, who makes his days shorter and that he has reasons to wake up everyday. I hope he also finds the good in the ‘why’ of going and living there. I mean come on, if he didn’t, he wouldn’t have met her. As much as this is a process for me, it should be same to him as well. You know, when I think about him now, I smile. I’ve learned a lot and it was all because of him. 

3 Comments Add yours

  1. Anonymous says:

    I have been looking forward to read these thoughts from your Heartstrings series. You’re now smiling when you look back your moments with him. You’re now thankful for the learnings he imparted. Keep going as acceptance is the last part of this saga.

    When we learn to accept things as they are rather than continue to question it, then we can clearly say that we have moved on. Good luck in your moving-on series and hope someday you will be ready again.

    To end, let me borrow again a quote from Paulo Coelho’s The Zahir:

    “My heart might be bruised, but it will recover and become capable of seeing beauty of life once more. It’s happened before, it will happen again, I’m sure. When someone leaves, it’s because someone else is about to arrive–I’ll find love again.”

    1. And I’ve been looking forward to read your comments. You never fail to make me smile and hope for the better. Thank you! 😁

    2. We’re getting there, almost there!

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