Have you ever experienced getting out of a romantic relationship where you felt as though you were already at the end of your rope, but you were still determined to go on? Sadly, many people unconsciously give a negative answer to this question by denying themselves the right to be happy.
While some people see finding someone to love as a “dream come true,” others view it as their “worst nightmare.” For the latter, falling in love is an ongoing dilemma that puts them in an emotional roller coaster.
People who have loved and lost often become emotionally scarred. They may be haunted by disillusionment because of unrequited love, or they could be traumatized by pain from previous relationships.
Their hearts pound with joy when they feel that new love has come along. They consider the possibility of loving and being loved again. Still, they are afraid to welcome the love that knocks on their doors; they are terrified by the possibility of getting hurt again. In doing so, they end up losing the love (soul mate, an inheritance, etc) by timidly refusing it.
People who are brave enough to take the risk do love again, but they sometimes find themselves distraught. They may focus so much on trying to build a perfect relationship that they forget about laying a good foundation.
When love comes to find rest in their hearts, they hold on to it, pamper it, try to keep it, and become glad that they have been given a second chance. Still, they cannot forget that since love came to them freely, then that same love could also leave on its own free will; thus they do everything materially or physically possible to keep love from departing. In doing so, they end up losing the love by imprisoning it. A mental drain accompanies each and every day.
“There’s a time for everyone, if they only learn that the twisting kaleidoscope moves us all in turn.” It is said that time heals all wounds; a wounded heart is no exception.
In time, you will find the love that’s meant for you. All you need is the patience and the courage to risk getting hurt again. If you do not try hard enough, you will only deny yourself the chance to become happy again. No one should ever be denied the bliss of love. No matter what the setback, you should keep trying to find the love you’ve always been waiting for, because it’s worth all this constant dilemma.
And finally, I heard somewhere, that if you’re looking for a woman, or a woman is looking for her husband …well, “A woman’s heart should be so in tune with God, so close to Him that it takes a man, seeking HIM, to find her.” What say you?
Seek the Lord today and find out. Maybe the dilemma is over!
Credit: Written by in most part by : Je Ma Vi — Philip.