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Get Over And Move On.

“How can you just walk on by
Without one tear in your eye
Don’t you have the slightest feelings left for me
Maybe that’s just your way
Of dealing with the pain
Forgetting everything between our rise and fall
Like we have never loved at all …………”

People break up for various reasons. Sometimes there are valid reasons and at times they seem ridiculous. I reckon a break up is never an instant decision. There must have been clues along the way. But there are people who would choose to play blind and ignore the clues all together.

Love and loss are a part of life. At some point in life, most people will experience the sorrow of a relationship break up. Unless you are one of the very few, lucky and fortunate who find “the special one” on your first encounter, break-up will happen and they will hurt. So what can you do? And can the pain kill you?

I reckon not. Put the past in the past. Accept the fact that others have a right to choose not to love you. Accept the relationship is over and don’t keep it dragging on. Drop the blame game and take action to get your life back on track. Indeed, there will be pain initially because our expectations for the relationship did not match up with the reality.

On another note, there could be reasons why the break up may be good for you. Or, you may learn something through this. And imagine, if God could speak to you through this, what He would say to you?

It is not what happens to you, but what you think about what happens to you that will affect your emotions and impact your life. You can decide for yourself how you are going to feel about it and move on. Or, you can choose to stay miserable and pray that someday it will just wear off by itself. But, wasting time deploring the past will only keep God at a distance. So get over and move on because letting go is not the end of the world ……………….. as a matter of fact, it is the beginning of new life. As they say ………………….

“You can break my spirit, break my soul, break my heart, but no one will ever break my will to go on.”


5 Comments

  1. jack downing says:

    “If God could speak to us through this what would He say?” Perhaps He would say,’it’s time to grow up’, or, ‘it’s time to stop being a jerk’,and maybe… ‘I have better for you, in your future’. And in some cases….’Get used to it.’
    Nice post Michael

  2. Sabina Brave says:

    Very wise words. Since the beginning to the end. Thanks for sharing. And by the way thanks for visiting my blog.
    Have a great weekend Michael🙂

  3. Wayne Augden says:

    Michael,
    Another very thoughtful, and sensitive post. So often we, humans, rely on what we feel, and how we perceive things to be that we forget that neither are very reliable when it comes to making accurate assessments and sound decisions in dealing with painful situations. I believe that’s why it’s very important that we seek and use wisdom when it comes to dealing with them. It’s so easy when going through these situations to either blame ourselves, or others, or even God for what we’re experiencing when in truth it’s often no one’s fault, but rather disappointment in failing to meet a set of
    expectations.
    Our ability to deal with these painful situations is only as good as the tools we’ve developed to deal with them, and since we’re imperfect the tools we use will be as well. That’s why I believe it’s so important to look to God, and to the promises He’s given us in His word. God is always in control, never changes, never forsakes us, and always loves us. There may be things we’ll always have to put under the heading of “Things I’ll never understand,” but one day we will. Until then, we have to hang on to the belief, and put our faith in the fact that God sees and knows all the things that we don’t, and that just as a parent sometimes has to say “no” to his children, or guide them in a different direction for their own welfare, so does He.
    I appreciate you, Michael, and thank you. Sorry if I made my post too long.🙂

  4. Michael says:

    To Jack, Sabina and Wayne, a big “Thank You” for the voice and sharing your insights with us.

    I agree with all that you have mentioned Wayne. It is so wonderful to have you sharing your belief here with us. Thanks for commenting once again.

    I will be travelling after this and may be offline for a while. But please do not hesitate to post your comments …………, I love them.

  5. This is so well written, Michael. Your writing in uplifting and makes me think🙂 that’s a good thing😉

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