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Heart-breaks are essential

We have all been though heart-breaks. The not-so-good-ones where we are left feeling broken and shattered. We question everything. The start, the progress, the conversations, the fights, the mistakes, the stupidity, right down to the nasty arguments and just what not. You question the entire relationship. Every single little detail goes spiral in your head until you are clouded with more questions than answers. Finally you give up the need to find answers and sigh, acknowledging the fate of the once beautiful relationship.

But you know what it gifts you in turn?

It gives you memories to cherish for a lifetime. But more importantly, it gives you the power to look at the beauty of the journey; the insight to grow through your troubles; gives you a lesson to make peace with your past so that you live your present. For me, it has given me a means to write my heart out. My friend has always inspired me to do better. I use the word has, because I know that my friend would still want me to do good, even if we barely talk now. That’s how it works. You develop a sense of knowledge and know that the other person would want the best for you most of the times.

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If not for heart-breaks, we wouldn’t have wonderful books, amazing music, heart-touching lyrics or poems or tales filled with wisdom. It does most of time bring out the best in a person. All the energies are deviated into doing something to keep the mind busy so as to not go back to the past moments. The pain does eventually subside and you realise that whatever happened had happened for the good.

So what magic did your heart-break gift you? Did it help you grow and see the beauty in other million things out there? Are you now more grateful for the experiences that happen and the lovely people you meet? Did you realise the worth of your friends and/ or family that stood by you in that hour of need. Did it help you become the writer/ painter/ singer/ dancer, etc because you channelised all your efforts into some other direction? Heart-breaks almost always help you become better.

Learn to love those moments of self-doubt, that hollowness and never ending darkness, for then there will be a Sun shining so bright and wide and the Universe will be out there for you to conquer. Go out there and grab a drink, go for to a party and just live, because your heart-break will teach you the most wonderful life lessons. J

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If not for heart-breaks, we wouldn’t have wonderful books, amazing music, heart-touching lyrics or poems or tales filled with wisdom. It does most of time bring out the best in a person. All the energies are deviated into doing something to keep the mind busy so as to not go back to the past moments. The pain does eventually subside and you realise that whatever happened had happened for the good.

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So what magic did your heart-break gift you? Did it help you grow and see the beauty in other million things out there? Are you now more grateful for the experiences that happen and the lovely people you meet? Did you realise the worth of your friends and/ or family that stood by you in that hour of need. Did it help you become the writer/ painter/ singer/ dancer, etc because you channelised all your efforts into some other direction? Heart-breaks almost always help you become better.

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Learn to love those moments of self-doubt, that hollowness and never ending darkness, for then there will be a Sun shining so bright and wide and the Universe will be out there for you to conquer. Go out there and grab a drink, go for to a party and just live, because your heart-break will teach you the most wonderful life lessons and that’s why heart-breaks will always be essential. 🙂

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