How true is the adage, If you love something, let it go. If it comes back, it’s yours. If it doesn’t, it never was. Love is strong. Love is powerful. Love is unconditional. Love is unpredictable. Love is forever. If you release it, it can come back to you in unexpected ways. You never know the impact your words or actions might have on another person. So, if you love something, let it go.
If you love someone who gets left by the one they are with, let them go without second-guessing their decision.
If you love someone who finds their better half, let them go with confidence that they won’t’ find anyone better than them.
If you love someone who finds someone else doesn’t love them as you do, let them go with confidence that they will find out soon enough that nobody will ever love them as you do.
If you love someone, let them go because then if it’s meant to be, it will come back to you stronger than it was before.
Why is loving unconditionally important?
Because when you love something or someone, you accept them for who they are, not what you want them to be.
You don’t listen to their excuses; you don’t give up on them at the first sign of trouble; you don’t try to change their mind about things that really matter. You accept them for who they are, you want to be around them, and you want the best for them.
Love never falls apart. It is always set free.
True love is unconditional; it does not bind or limit. It can exist in a place of no time and space, no form, and no language.
Unconditional love is like a horizon; you can never get there, but you can always see it. Unconditional love is that hope that keeps you going when everything else falls apart. Unconditional love is that understanding that we all need at some point in our lives.
A lot of us confuse love with attachment and possession, and we often get disappointed when we expect something in return for the love we give. We expect our love to be appreciated and honored, but we withdraw our love if we do not get what we want.
We do not understand the fact that true love does not seek to get anything in return; true love seeks to give more than it gets. True love is unconditional, and unconditional love lets us see each other in a whole new light even if we have been hurt by one another in the past.
Why do we get hurt by the person we love?
When I think about the type of person who gets hurt in love, it isn’t someone who makes a huge, sweeping gesture in an attempt to show their partner how much they care. It isn’t someone who brings their partner breakfast in bed every day or plans elaborate dates.
The type of person who gets hurt in love is the person who makes small gestures to try to show their love. They are thinking about their partner throughout the day and send little reminders that they are there for them when possible. Others may overlook these gestures, but they mean everything to their partner.
The person who gets hurt in love does everything they can to make their partner happy. They want nothing more than to see their significant another smile, whether it’s because of them or not. Now, How true is the adage If you love something let it go?
Why does the person who loves you hurt you?
It hurts them when they are not aware. I want to tell them to treat me well, but I don’t dare to say it. It hurts me when I can’t give you what you want.
I want to say that, but I don’t dare to say it. It hurts me when I can’t tell you that I love you in words. The person who loves me hurts me the most because they have to know how to take care of me, understand my needs, and be honest with me to have a harmonious relationship. But for this person, all these are difficult.
For the person who loves us, even if they are not aware of it, it’s painful because they are hurting themselves. They are always trying to make up for the mistakes they made.
How can I let go of someone I love?
I know you’re thinking, “How can I let go of someone I love? How does that work?” It is possible.
You have to understand that that isn’t possible. You have to accept that some relationships are just not meant to be. If you truly love the person, then you’ll have to let them go because dragging them along with you is unfair to them.
At the same time, I guess, maybe there are some things you could try out if you truly don’t want to go through with this breakup. For example, you could try being more open with them, so they know what’s going on with you, and by expressing your love, they’re more likely to reciprocate it back.
I don’t want to be let go of the person I love. I love someone, and I didn’t want her to leave me, but she kept on telling me that she had to go, and it hurt like hell; my heart ached, and I didn’t know what to do. She is the one who makes me feel alive, and we had a great time together; we understand each other’s feelings, and we share the same passion as well as interest; this is why I love her.
Whenever I am with her, it is like my whole world else disappears, and every breath I take is for her only; I love her so much and want to tell her, but she doesn’t want to listen, she said she has to go because of a family matter. I just need a little window of time to accept the fact that she will leave me.
I don’t want to be let go of the person I love. I know it’s the best thing to do, but I can’t help but feel like there is still something I can do to keep them around. I don’t think moving on is an option.
What can I do?