There are all kinds of love in this world, but never the same love twice (F. Scott Fitzgerald).
When you wake up receiving all those notifications from her. If someone texts you “I missed you” or simply asks “Where are you?”, are these basic subtle questions enough to imply how someone values us?
Relationships come and go and the best ones stay for good. The best ones also leave–leave a mark. There are also relationships we imagine as the best thing we never had. As it may be nutshelled in suitcases of optimism and pessimism, life is all about living and reliving those suitcases that makes us feel alive.
Lightning never hits the ground twice. The best things and opportunities fade gently into thin air and only God knows how soon before it vaporizes. Everything will come to waste if we let time pass by. Everything will also come to waste if we don’t choose the right kind of bread that can make our breakfast feel warm and full. Everything can be lived in the middle yet the best things are made by learning to stand by one’s decisions. Nothing can be learned by choosing not to choose at all; by choosing to stay neutral and selecting the kind of love that catapults you to indolence.
The bottom line: choose to wake up with all the warm clothes that’s wrapping you up. As you are and will always be the captain of the ship, choose the kind of love that you so deserve.
At the end of it all, choose to wake up with love. Choose to love amidst all.