“You’ve got to look for the good in the bad, the happy in the sad, the gain in your pain, what makes you grateful and not hateful.”
I’ve always turn to this quote every time I felt like I’m losing faith.
It doesn’t matter what anyone says or thinks or judges, nothing is perfect and no one is perfect.
Don’t get me wrong, I love my friends for being overly-protective, it shows that I matter to them and that they care, but at the end of the day they are just saying things to make me feel better.
I do get your opinions and advices, and they’re about healing and moving on and I deserve better, but they’re also about hating, nasty criticisms, and expecting me to be just as bad as they described you.
I just can’t do that to a person whom I’ve loved and still care about, I just cannot bring myself to do it and I don’t wanna do it.
I’ve always look at the good instead of the bad, focused on the happy instead of the sad, and whatever pain the relationship may bring – look at what we’ve learned and gained from it, and I’m only ever grateful that I’ve been in this relationship with you.
That is how I am and that’s how I will ever be.
Unless if the mistake is unforgivable and despicable, why create more hate and then becoming strangers or enemies?
Look at how things actually turned out without hateful comments and criticisms. It has been nothing short of a moment of understanding and peaceful agreements.
We can actually still be friends and still genuinely care for each other and I really like how we are for now.
To a probable future with you then.❤️