"Destiny is not a matter of CHANCE, It is a matter of CHOICE"

Friday, December 14, 2007


There were two hearts who met in a dance.

That moment was magical. There was a sweet song playing

there was harmony and soon, LOVE in the air.

They fell in love and they started building castles in their dreams

and promised forever will all certainty.

But , somewhere in the midst of the fun, they got lost in the dance,

something went wrong but they can never do anything .

They were just drifting away, their fortress falling apart.

There were so many questions, but no one had an answer.

The music stop and then there was silence.

When we truly love someone, we give our best and let that person

see the pureness of our intention. But sometimes that person

makes us cry and hurts us for the wrong reason.

That someone must have love us but he has not loved us

enough to make him stand for what he truly felt.

Now we are faced with the seemingly impossible task of forgetting.

We have burdened ourselves long enough but we still can't

get out of this emotional trap. Let us remember that the more

we try to forget someone we love the more painful letting

go with become.

Sometimes we never had to take that person out of our hearts at all,

for he will always be there, no matter how hard we try to drive him away,

It isn't his presence that makes this difficult. It is our stubbornness to

accept our destiny that aligns forgetting next to impossible. We keep a

cold face but deep in our hearts, there is still that lingering hope for

reconciliation. Somehow we still believe that we can rekindle small

embers and relight the fine that once burned in our hearts.

These thoughts give us hope but it also breeds the seeds of loneliness

and despair.

The only way to forget is to accept and the only way to move on is

to look ahead and let the footprints of the past be blown by the

wind of time. Only then can our hearts find a partner in the dance

of life and hopefully never get lost again.

Isn't it beautiful?
Loving someone and something went wrong, it may be a miscommunication problem. It might just needs a moment in a quiet and pleasant place where both of you can hear each voice loud enough to listen and do something about what's individual's characteristic that upset both of you. There's nothing compares to OPENNESS where you can tell to your husband or wife how dreadful or how fortunate your day was.

I didn't mean to say that all relationship has a fairytale ending where everyone live happily ever after, i am just emphasizing that if you are in a relationship, you know how to GIVE AND TAKE. It ablsolutely won't work if none is willing to collaborate and make things happen.

Just wanna share it to someone out there hope it will make you ya'll think and evaluate on what kind of relationship you're committed to right now. The bottomline is do something about it that you won't regret the rest of your life.

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