Some good things never (really) last...Part II
She was broken into pieces, life became meaningless, she cried and cried until no more tears came out of her eyes. She will often locked herself. She spent most of her time inside the four corners of their room which used to be a haven for her.
It was where they became one and expressing their emotions deeply and a never ending “I love you(s)were said”. She was very weak, she barely ate. I can imagine the predicament.
She even questioned God, why of all people, she had to suffer? When all she wanted only was to be with the man she loved unconditionally.
She was found lying on her belly unconsciously in bed, with tears on her eyes, We can tell she lost weight from not eating and sleeping. Her mom was in panic but we were thankful that she was able to discover that at once.
Her beautiful daughter who is now 10 years old is the reason why she chose to live again, to move on and to see life as something to look forward to with happiness and hope. God is really great.
She’s ready to face whatever life brings her. She told me too that she’s the same woman who when it comes to love is willing to give everything no matter what happens because she said that’s the purpose of genuine love. Loving with nothing in mind but love in the truest sense of the word.
Borrowing a line from Napoleon Hill’s classic book “Think and Grow Rich” this was stated “One who loves truly can never lose entirely.”
Why? The only answer I can think of is that they hold true to their promises and they kept their love alive and burning.