A Metaphor for Letting Go of LOVE.

I think we can all agree that the hardest thing to do is accept the fact that the people we love may not always love us in return, or may be too proud to realize that they do. Either way rationalizing the loss will not give you their love, it will only give you a heartache…and a headache. So how can we accept what is in order to move on with our own lives in the hope that one day they will be apart of it?

When you feel like the chapter of your love with another isn’t over, that they truly are “the one”.

Remember this: The chapter may not be over, but for right now the book is closed. Place a bookmark where you left off and set it down for now. If it’s a good book you’ll eventually pick it back up again and finish it. But only time can tell you that, so there’s no point in wasting time by not allowing yourself to read other books so you can find out exactly which one you want to finish reading.

Have faith in the fact that everything happens for a reason and one day you’ll know that reason, but right now you don’t or else you wouldn’t be able to live out the answer.



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