Life goes on….
One thing I’ve grown to believe about life in recent times. There really is no point holding on to the past. It just drags you back and keeps you down. When it’s done it’s done, life goes on, move on!
It may hurt you, tear you apart, break you down but so long as it doesn’t kill you, It gives you that opportunity to build a resistance to it. If you put your mind to it, you can even become immune to. If care is not taken though, you become a chronic carrier of bitterness and so much more.
There are certain things in life that we just can’t grasp. Nobody said it’s bad to ask questions or find answers. Sometimes we’ll kill to know the WHAT, WHY, WHERE and HOW it happened. We try so hard to unravel the mystery but there may just be one answer; NO ANSWER.
How’s that even right? I’m part of that school that believes that there is a reason for the reason for the reason why, what happens how and where it does. But the point is; do you know? Is there any chance you would? And wait how long would that take? Is it even relevant?
Please don’t mention closure. It’s so over rated! Half the time i think that word closure was invented to keep things dragging. Usually, we waste time dwelling on some aspect of our lives that probably was in its self a waste of time. What is the point? Every single moment of life comes with a different lesson. There will be loads of tough times but you’ve got to roll with the punches and tell yourself you can get through it.
Cry if you need to, pray to God (He’s always got your back), shout, scream, jump up and down, keep a journal, write unsent letters, talk to yourself in the mirror, hang out with friends, make some if you have none, draw, learn something new, start a blog or something. Use those moments to heal and chalk the rest up to faith, hope and time. Life won’t wait for you, it goes on and you’ve got to keep up, move along. Take it one day at a time, in the end it all works out for good.
So I felt the need to close with something I read by Rori Raye on closure recently; “Don’t need to close anything. Leave all doors be, let air move through, around, against, up and down all the open and half-closed and slightly ajar and slammed shut doors of our lives, until the doors finally disappear on their own, from misuse. Let the cobwebs gather around the old patterns, let the old pain drift away, let things crumble as they will. No closure – just movement. Moving forward, onward to Happy Ever After.”