No one is born hating another person because of the colour of his skin, or his background, or his religion. People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love, for love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite.
THE BAD NEWS of lifeLoving the right person at the wrong time,Having the wrong person when the time is right,And finding out you love someone right afterThat person walks out of your life.And sometimes, you think you’re already over a person,Until you see them smile at you again,You’ll suddenly realize that you’re really not.For some, they think that letting go is one wayOf expressing how much you love the person,By sacrificing your happiness for theirs,Without realizing that the other person’sDoing the same thing for them.Most relationships tend to failNot because of the absence of love;Love is always present,It’s just that one is being loved too muchAnd the other was being loved too little.We always fall in love with the person we think we love,Only to discover that what we loved about them fades.Bad experiences are always remembered,But it’s the wonderful memories that are capturedTo remind us that there are brighter days aheadAnd that happiness exists.You need to learn to let go when you’re hurting too much,Realize that sometimes love just isn’t enoughAnd accept the fact that things aren’t always gonna be the same.There is someone out there who will love you more.It’s all the thought you put into your decisionsThat impairs your judgementWhen your heart already knows what you need to do.Listen to your heart. Even though it’s on the left side, it’s always right.
We had one of those days yesterday were we talked about things we needed to work on. After almost 4 years we still help eachother grow. That is love. Love is growing love is talking and love it being there.
When someone asked me who you are I said "My--" and then I fiucking froze because there was no way I could force the word "friend" to pass my lips again. We aren't friends, we never were. We never looked at each other like friends.