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Falling and Falling Again

Falling for someone you shouldn’t is completely irrational. I would often hear people say, “Stop pushing yourself to a person who doesn’t give a damn about you. Go look for someone else…” Of course, what they’re saying is the most logical thing to do in this unlikely situation. But sometimes, we go beyond or against our common senses because of the fact that we tend to let our emotions rule or cloud our rationality.

But falling again with another guy, knowing that your predicament would be more or less the same as your previous downfall is… what? Idiotic? Cumbersome? Insanity?

Well folks, I did just that. After falling hard for a person who is a decade older than I was, after a year, I fell again for another person who is 6 years my senior. Keeping my emotions at bay is quite a trouble. Temptations lurk in every corner, provoking me to do ‘spur of the moment decisions’. Certain events coax me to let it all out, without thinking – without pondering on the consequences. I was too emotionally unstable.

However, now I know better than that. I’m not losing hope whatever happens, because I learned that hope plays an important role in having a positive mind-set. I may have fell in-love with people who wouldn’t ever feel the same way about me, but that doesn’t mean that I will stop loving in general. Love is selfless after all. Even though I feel like everything’s going way too wrong for my own comfort, too painful for a mere teenager and too dramatic for a tomboyish girl like me, I don’t want to sulk like a spoiled brat. And despite everything, God still gives me reasons to smile, so I will hold fast to my faith.

As they say, in a Christian perspective, “God can heal a broken heart, but He has to have all the pieces.”

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Posted on March 11th, 2014 by MacFleet


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