In 2009, she said yes, and I left my world, and she became my world. She said I do in 2015, and she was the only person I knew. However, in 2017, she said goodbye, kicked me out of her world, and left me nowhere.
I do not know where to start, and I do not know how to start building my world once again. I am crying like a child in the middle of the night, longing for my mother’s closeness and love because I am afraid of being alone.
But my family was stronger than my emotions; they showed me a world full of love and told me, “Don’t worry, my dear, we are here to carry you because we are stronger than the world you once knew.” That’s when I realized that I needed to stand up and put my armor back on, and this time much stronger inside.
There are so many questions about forever in a relationship—does it really exist? Some say “forever” is just a word that only appears in the dictionary and not in real life. Well, that is the mindset of people who have experienced pain in the past. But for me, I do not know; I do not let my experience define it. Some stayed single because they didn’t want to experience the pain again, and for some, they only have one love, so they never find another after they lose the one they truly loved. However, some are brave enough to try again and again because, for them, you cannot find true love if you stop. You may rest for a while if you are tired, but do not stop trying.
How can you say that he or she is the one who is destined for you? I wish everyone who comes into our lives with our names would let us know that we have truly found the one.
To God be the glory