Nov 17, 2006

Dance of Life

There were two hearts who met in the dance. That moment was magical.
There was a sweet song palying, there was harmony and soon love in
the air. They fell in love and they started building castle in their
dreams and promised forever with 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 stopped and 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 loved us
but he has not loved us enough to make him stand for what he truly

Now we are faced eith the seemingly impossible task of forgetting. We
have burdened ourselves long enough but still we 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 will 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, theres still
that lingering hope for reconciliation. Somehow, we still believe
that we can rekindle small embers and relight the fire that once
burned in our hearts. These thoughts gives 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 win of
time. Only then can our hearts find a partner in the dance of life
and hopefully never get lost again.

When we fail in our relationships, we ask ourselves what went wrong.
There are times when nothing was wrong. Sometimes love just naturally
fades away and this happens to people who are simply not meant for
each other. I know it is difficult to comprehend why relationships
suddenly take unexpected turns. But, it always happens. People we
treasure are taken away from us for a reason . Sometimes we have to
stop asking why and just accept our fate. If there is certainty in
that end, then we should stop being bitter and just be thankful that
for once, we have loved and shared our life

Sometimes we are holding on to someone whom we think is still there
but has really been long gone, or was just looking for a decent way
out of your relationship. You know how men can get away with words.

There is nothing wrong in loving someone. You may be able to bear the
pain when love begins to hurt. And when it hurts, you may still be
able to give even more. You may be even able to love until it hurts
no more. But what good does it bring you when the person you love
shows no respect for what you feel and makes lame excuses for his
inability to love you back. Love isn't love until you give away. But
love will only have life when it is shared by two people who believe
in its meaning, by people who share one goal, one commitment, and by
people who are selflessly loyal to each other.

God's ways aren't always easy and painless. Some are meant to open
our eyes to what we do not see. Some are meant to make us realize
what we stubbornly refuse to understand. But all of them will always
be meant to make us stronger and better persons. We just have to
trust Him on that.

you may find your way to the farthest planet and still remember the
one you love. Distance has little to do with forgetting. This healing
should begin in your heart. Acceptance is the first step to recovery.
Once you have learned to understand that this is where it ends then
it is the only time when you will learn how to move on with life
without having to stop every time you are reminded of the bitterness
of the past.