A Letter To The One Who Came Into Our Lives
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A Letter To The One Who Came Into Our Lives

Before, I cried, laughed, lived, and fainted among relationships. And I grew up.

A Letter To The One Who Came Into Our Lives

Life is not as simple as the way this person gives the other a candy, then believe that the taste on the lips will forever be so sweet.

I came into many people, and many people already left me. What we exchanged sometimes were more than just a look, longer than a path, more joyful than the bride in her wedding and more painful than the meditator dreaming of a river.

Some stay, some leave, and some people just pass by like the wind ... The coming and going, sometimes more surprising than we often think. The life of people has a lot of startling, and one of them is the startling when we finally realize that nothing lasts forever. People often say, only when things are gone, did we appreciate what we had. Perhaps, that's why there are people who have been arranged to come into our lives just to let us know that the price of regret is indifference.

There are people I choose to stand by, and people I think that it's better not to get along with. I have not lived long enough, but my experiences give me the right to choose who I should believe and rely on.

To let someone leave us is always a pity, no matter how bad our relationship is. A foot passed, the memory is still there, the wound, sadness, and joy still exist, even when time goes by so fast... It's just salty tears, little faith, and a slower view of life. Someday, an important person might leave you. If you want to repent, remind yourself of the insolence. There is a fact that not all relationships last forever and that is normal. This statement does not recommend you quit playing with someone because of small disagreements and quarrels. It's just that you can allow yourself to stop going back and forth with the other person if the relationship keeps getting tired. Relationships become easy to crack if a person does not invest equivalently in the relationship and vice versa, the feeling of being followed by your friends sometimes can also make you feel uncomfortable.

Before, I cried, laughed, lived, and fainted among relationships. And I grew up.

To the one that I choose to abandon: You know you deserve it! It is nice to be nice with people, as long as you know your limit. Once you hurt me, there is no reason we should still be friends. Trust is the most important thing in a relationship, so appreciate our time. Once you betray me, our relationship is nothing than hatred and pain. The best idea is to block you out of my life, forever.

I am still and will be happy the meetings that life arranges. Just hope that the person who needs me, I will come. The person that I need, please don't leave.

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