Ever notice a couple’s behavior with regards to social media in the beginning of their relationship versus a year later. Things change don’t they? What happened to the spark? or did they just realize better to keep their life private!!
There are people who don’t say sorry and you wish you could hear them say it. And there are those who say too much sorry that you wish they would not say it. Cause those who never say it makes you feel that they are not acknowledging your feelings. And those with too much sorry makes you feel it’s just a word they keep repeating to get themselves out of a situation. So it’s never really about you or your feelings. They are both bad. Actually they are both worse from one another.
Did you ever reach to a point in your life where you just wanted to disappear from where you are, people you know and just go somewhere else and start a brand new life?
Isn’t it funny, we are so quick to judge and tell the person infront of us: “you changed”, that’s when you get the answer: “so have you”. You catch yourself defending saying: “well, you didn’t expect me to stay the same forever!?!”
So why don’t we accept that others will change too!!!
Why are we always quick to point out faults and changes in other people but we don’t see or admit our own! Just a thought.
You know how we say: “listening to other people’s problems makes yours not so bad after all”. Well, while other people’s issues may be worse than yours, how does that make your issues any better?! It’s not like it disappears. You still have to deal with it. Just saying.
Ever wonder if you are following your true calling or the calling you convinced yourself with!!
What if your girl/ boyfriend comes to you one day and says: “I love you, but I want you to know I was unfaithful to you just once”. Would you forgive her/him. Can you get over it? Does their honesty mean something to you? Or is it better that you never knew!!
Someone once told me: “I’d rather die from boredom than from running around like headless chicken” Would you agree?
Sometimes you must learn the lesson before the storm ends. Not until then that the storm will end.
Why do we all say: it’s not the right time. Is it because we are afraid to face the consequences so we delay the inevitable. Or is it because we truly feel that the time has not come yet. The question is: when is it ever the right time?
How many times did you think: “I will never talk to this person again” Time passes, you end up talking again and you ask yourself: “I wonder why this person is still in my life, even though I swore I would cut them off?” Perhaps the lesson to be learned from this person being in your life is not done yet and perhaps you haven’t mastered the skill of living up to your word.
Ever wonder why children get attached to someone they don’t know. But somehow they feel something towards that person. Innocence perhaps. Good energy possibly. Or they just feel the love.