A break in time, saves nine!

We always come across decorated poems written for aching hearts and lost love verses longing for the ones who broke their heart to come back to their lives. Why? Why do we attach sadness to break ups? Why don’t people understand that when two people aren’t meant to be together the natural course is to end it. Why don’t we accept the inevitable and move on happily?

It pains me to see people hurting themselves upon losing someone. They were just a “part” of your life, not your entire life. There are plenty of things to look forward to.

Handful of us keep hope in our hearts that maybe in future that love will come back. But isn’t that sad? Someone who left you once high and dry, coming back later?

It’s difficult to forget the memories and move on but if you think practically, it should come easy. If you accept it and understand that the relationship would not have yielded what you desire, you will automatically stop being sad.

The feeling of loneliness and betrayal often blinds us from seeing the good things in our lives. Movies, books and everything around us has conditioned us to mourn a lost love.

Accept what has transpired. Be grateful and most importantly be happy.

Breakup gives us an opportunity to work on ourselves. Love yourself. Work towards your ambition. Understand what you are looking for and what you want. Free your soul. Embrace the change and carve the path for new beginnings. Clarity is important to attract blessings from Universe.

Be unfalteringly grateful for all the blessings in your life. Be grateful for your parents’ and friends’ unceasing support and love for you. Be grateful that you are healthy and fit. Be grateful that you have a great career to look forward to. Be grateful that you can afford 2 meals a day and a roof over your head.