Once one has loved and lost it, the hurt is great. I’m not gonna lie, the hurt doesn’t ever go away; the pain merely fades to a dull echo that will forever be resonating within you and peak up when you see them again. We cannot stay in sorrow forever though, we must keep moving forward in life. Once you have found love it isn’t lost, you can find it again, but it may not be in the same person or thing. There is an old and cliché saying by Friedrich Nietzsche from the 1800’s, “What doesn’t kill us only makes us stronger.” He is right, I can vouch for this as many others can. The key is to build off it and not let it numb you to the rest of life’s beauty, life is a gift and continues on even through heartbreak and loss. It’s how you approach the loss that will start define you in the years to come. We as people are continual learning and adapting to what life gives us. If life gives you lemons, make the sugar to add to it and make some damn good lemonade. When you learn to do that you are on the right track. Learn from the loss and the past, grow and become as amazing as you were meant to be. Don’t hesitate to ask those that came before you for tips on life, for through the elders we can gain even greater knowledge for they have seen so much more than you can imagine.
August 6, 2010
The greater the loss the harder it is
Trying live life on my terms now I love to travel and have been to a lot of the US, and want to see the whole world and learn every language I can.... I love humor and sarcasm and use them both all the time, to the point where some people hate me for it, but as they say "Like Father Like Son." My dad is awesome and I love him, I missed not having him around when I was growing up, but now I'm making up for lost time. My dad is like my best friend and is like me, just older and not as hansom. Though I've been called worse than him cause I don't filter what I say (at all) and I'm blunt, honest, and speak exactly what I think as well as am a sarcastic ass to the point of occasionally offending people without meaning to, but that's life. Live it and get over it, and make the best of what time you got, don't sweat the small things. View all posts by Hakarune
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