In this case, if searching for that soul mate or the one is really important to you, you’ll rather have no one than be with the wrong one.
Are relationships ever really that equal and fair, or are we living in constant fear of being too much of one or the other?
I love Valentine’s Day. It’s so monumentally important. I met a tourist last week. I think he was from Canada or Asia or somewhere… and he asked me, like, what it was all about.
As much as I search for you in the dark, you are never going to reach your hand out to meet mine. I will forever be fumbling in our memories alone.
I’m pretty sure that a lot of people have struggled with this kind of situation and hope that those reading this can relate and get a grasp of what is going on in their heads.
It isn’t wise to cling to past when making decisions, but you should hold the past in some consideration. Look it over with mature eyes to determine if the person can be forgiven, and think about your motives behind rekindling old relationships.
You know she’s the one when you’ve fallen for her, and you can’t stop falling.
Because when we are saying goodbye to someone, we’re not just talking to them, we’re talking to the person that we are at this very moment.
The next few hours were the best kind of hours we have in life: A little soft music playing in the background, a generously full glass of wine to sip on, nothing immediately ahead of you except preparing and arranging your favorite kinds of food.
But nothing could be less ordinary than someone who cares about us when it’s least convenient.