Do me a favor and know when to end things. When it causes you more pain than joy, end it. When it makes you feel like you’re not good enough, end it.
I don’t know if I’ll miss you and I don’t know if I’ll miss the place we once called home, but I know that at this moment, I miss myself more. I’ve locked the real me inside for so long. I was forced to become someone else to make you and everyone else here happy. But I’m finally done with it all.
You weren’t the year for me and it’s time to move on. It’s time to let you go.
In 2019, I’m putting all my faith in God. I’m going to let him guide me without trying to interfere with his plans. I’m not going to keep knocking on the doors he decided to close.
I’m slowly learning that you can never lose when you say the things that are truly worth saying.
Trust me when I say God knows what he’s doing. Even if you’re confused and you don’t know how you’re going to move forward or where you’re going to go, he will always open a new door for you.
This is a time of starting over. But this time you are the writer. You are holding the pen. You are choosing your life.
But the most beautiful part of endings is that they show you what’s meant to be yours and what’s not. It’s God’s way of taking care of you.
She knows that inconsistency is the beginning of the end.
It starts with realizing that you’re not as invested as you used to be and it doesn’t feel like losing.