You know when you’re little spoon and sleeping with someone and you wake up a little and scoot your butt and back towards them and they just so happen to be awake too and pull you in closer and you fall back asleep? Yeah. That.
1) Something breaks and you either accept the brokenness or fly past it but it doesn’t go away like that. When you have a true connection with someone you just snap back to being important to each other no matter what. It’s just that things change and people grow apart and time does its trick and you might fool yourself as to think that you’ve just forgotten about someone. But I promise that’s not how it goes. Not when you share something real with someone. You might panick, you might lose yourself, you might move on but if it’s not over then something’s going to bring you back in some way. And you can’t control whether it’ll be the “same as it was” but you learn how to trust everything that includes it. You learn how to trust the unpredictability of it, the very sense of continuity it still has to have in order for it to feel meaningful 2) Now when something’s rotten all along and terribly lacking in value for you or the other person then you might catch yourself feeling emptied by the person and a sole glance is needed. No more. You just come to realize that you don’t want anything to do with them anymore and surrender to the feeling of that particular realization. But whether you realize that through a look or some empty words or honest self-enquiry, usually, chances are this person had already been left out of your life for good. You just didn’t know it and there’s a moment when circumstances make you understand. But the realization has been made innerly long ago
Wrote this today, hope you like it! ♥ Also, please remember to pre-order a copy of my new book Lullabies, availableat all major bookstores. To get a special discount now, purchase online at Amazon,BN.comand The Book Depository.So much love to you all!xo Lang