The Many Faces of Love… ~1~

“If you love someone, let them go. If they were meant for you, they will return, otherwise, they were never yours in the first place.”

This has been said and read so much that it would be engrained in many minds, that it would be the first thing anyone might say to someone who has just had their heart broken.

But is it that easy? Of course not. Maybe to say, but not actually to do. And no, it doesn’t necessarily have to be a “romantic” love that you need to let go at times. There is love in friendship, but to build it over years and then suddenly, one fine day, say “I’m sad, and I need to be alone to solve it, so please understand me, and go away” is not at all easy. Not for the one who says, or for the one who does. In such a case, does that saying make any sense? If you were close, and you never felt the need to be alone, or let go of them because you loved them for so many years, why suddenly let go? Over the years, it’s that love which has seen you through your highs and your lows, happiness and sadness… When you need that love the most, why the thought arises that you need to be alone to solve it? I can’t quite understand that line of thought at all.

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  1. Hi Dearo,

    Here you’ve shared something that is usual but unusual at the same time because even we ourselves don’t know why suddenly we seeks for a place to hide our emotions and many little things from the very person so close and well acquainted with thoughts, reactions, likes, dislikes…. A sudden change !! Unusual but usual as that happens after the passage of time when things changes…maybe our mind (when mind rules over heart)!

    Beautiful share! 🙂
    Wish You and Jani …All the Best with Blemished Love!

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    • If I were to read only your comment and not know you, it would be hard for me to believe you are the age you are. There is a lot of wisdom in this comment of yours… God bless you for your wishes!

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