There are times when the world gets so secluded and you start thinking about all the times you felt low, heartbroken and the times you wished you had someone by your side. Sometimes it feels like love is an alien word — an alien concept you hear people talking about but you don’t really understand it.
Sometimes it feels like love isn’t in the cards for you and while that’s something you’ll never know for sure, you can still make the best out of your journey.
Maybe this journey is not at all about love, instead
About a purpose!
Look at it from a different angle, different perspective. Maybe it’s about finding your passion. Following it, or maybe it’s about moving to a new city and finding different sides of life that excites you.
If it is not about this, then maybe it’s about finding a new hobby, a new talent or a new idea that could be the next best thing and maybe it’s about traveling and roaming the world until you find meaning in your life or until you figure out what exactly you’re born to do.
Let this journey be not just about intimacy, but about inspiration. Constantly meeting new people who (in one or another way) inspire you to live better, to be better, to learn something or maybe they will enlighten you with their wisdom, with their stories and the moments that changed their lives.
Varsity of people would come and leave. Or maybe stay. For a while or forever. But this journey is yours. Keep listening to your thoughts, so you can make decisions that are not influenced by anyone else. Stay inspired by yourself; your strength, your abilities, your battles and your stories. You are one of your own kind. Invincible.
Maybe your journey now is about changing your own life.
Maybe it’s not about attachment, maybe it’s about letting go. Letting go of all the ones you loved before. Letting go of all the remains of your heartbreak so you can love with all your heart again. Forgetting your exes and your past and focusing on moving on. Let it be about redefining love. What it means to you. Maybe the lesson is in completely moving on before finding someone else.
Rebuild yourself, from what you used to know, from who you used to be and going in another direction where better things await — things that make you wonder why you were so worried about finding love when you could be finding the world.