I’ve had my share of sweet memories and “kilig moments” knowing that someone is giving you much attention; more so, loving you for so long. It’s a memory that I’ll remember and keep in my heart always.
But then, not all relationships end up in a happily ever after story. One of them is my story.
We met when we were in college. We talked and laughed together, shared interests with each other and enjoyed the company of each other. Then, there was a time when I realized I like him and he liked me but people don’t want to see us together. We ignored each other for a year and then when we had our communication lines open again for each other, we were able to reminisce and continue the past.
We had happy moments together. However, in relationships, no matter how a person works to save the relationship, it still takes two to make a tango. After some time, he gave up and closed his communication lines with me. It’s been a year when we last saw each other and during those months of wishing him to come back, I learned to move on and accept the fact that he’s not coming back to me anymore.
As I read before in a text message, moving on means to get on with your life even though one still feels the love for his/her partner. It means not wasting away the time God has given us to fulfill our duties and responsibilities by wailing and thinking of the past. It is hard (for those who truly gave their heart to someone), but then, if that person doesn’t really care at all, then one has to let go of the feelings to avoid continuously being hurt. As a friend posted in her blog (meluvsdaddy.blog.friendster.com),
BIBITAW NA BA AKO?
Who knows… pag bitaw mo sa kanya…
…THERE MAY COME A TIME NA MAKITA
MO TALAGA ANG
TAONG PARA SAYO…..
Someone who will hold your hand and
MOVE ON AND LET GO…