You’re my only real friend, Let’s not ruin it. -Sally, The Art Of Getting By
Perhaps everyone of us has that one friend whom we can completely trust and be comfortable with. Someone we can talk to about anything, be it personal issues or just normal chit chats. Someone who accepts us, despite our many imperfections. Someone who understands us in every way possible. Someone who will stay with us, even when our actions seem like driving them away. And someone who we can call “REAL Friend”.
"Her words passed through me as if it wasn’t even mine to begin with. Who said communication was the key to a successful relationship? Here I am face to face with the person I swore to God I loved wholeheartedly yet she feels distant. It feels like I lost her even when she’s here with me."
"And at some point, maybe she did fall in love with you. Perhaps with how you chose your words and planned your actions or how you kept calm despite the never ending stress brought about by external factors. The little things might have already been the big things. And who knows, maybe it could have been the best time for your relationship to blossom to something better. But it didn’t happen. No matter how you try to push the thought of you getting together, you cannot take away the fact that it has already passed. It’s now in the past. If she did love you at one point, then she could have done something. She could have grabbed the opportunity to tell you how she feels. That type of love just had to require two people to make it work. It was her choice. And she didn’t choose you. It’s time to move on."
I learned a lot about falling in love when I fell out of love.
Story in the making. :-)
Isn’t it lame when you think you’re falling for someone then you see a series of imperfections and then you’d realize that maybe you’re not just meant for each other but then you’ll see a silver lining and hope that at the end of the day it can still work so you pursue this crazy love of yours only to find out that it wasn’t meant to be after all because in the long run you just realized that there are more reasons not to love him and that you’ve just wasted your time wishing that you can get a happy ending with this person but destiny’s a bitch and love is confusing and you’re not just ready for all of this but then that’s life- you only learn how to love when you’ve had your taste of love’s good and bad sides.