I always find myself thinking about events where I lost love, and trying to learn from those experiences in order to do better next time, and move on with a greater understanding of love than before. There are stages in my life where I am sure that I lost love, and when this happened I truly felt as if my entire life was over. However, each and every time that I lost love in the past, it turns out that I was capable of moving on with time and patience.
I think that we all have to remember that there is a spontaneous lifespan to love just like with every other emotion that we experience. I have found it important to realize this in every event that I lost love in the past. As we get older and more experienced, the lifespan of our relationships and our loves is capable of increasing. Each time that I lost love, I realize the lifespan of the relationship was longer than the last, or the results of the relationship were greater or more meaningful than before.
One of the experiences that you may have is an event where a lost love is destined to be rekindled. Sometimes in events where I lost love, it turned out later that some of these relationships could be brought back to life through dedication and hard work. Rekindling a relationship after I lost love was never simple, but it was often worthwhile in situations where I still cared about the person that I had lost.
Everyone experiences situations where they want to yell “I lost love!”, and these breakups often seem like the end of the world. The truth is, however, that they are not the end of the world, and you will move on. Every time that I lost love, it turns out there was something better waiting for me, and I simply had to be patient and understanding while I waited for it to come along and take me by surprise.
If I wrote relationships off each and every time I lost love, then I would have missed out on a lot of truly wonderful experiences that I am now quite thankful for having. Losing love is often difficult to deal with, but it is well worth getting over and moving on past when you consider the other loves that you will encounter in your lifetime and the other wonderful relationships that you will have.
Next time you feel like it’s the end of the world because you have lost a loved one to a break-up, just remember that there are plenty of other fish in the sea, and many of them are looking for true love just as much as you are. Open yourself up to these relationships and you will truly benefit in the end.