Like someone. Love them. Get heartbroken. Love yourself more. Like somebody else.
Everything has a cycle. Even growing up or when we were inside our mum’s womb. There is always a pattern. Even serial killers have their patterns. But why should we not give up on Love? Isn’t it exhausting to like, love and loose someone? Well, yes it is. But if we think of it, isn’t the feeling of loving someone and be loved back in return (although temporary) an amazing feeling. You feel like not eating because seems like just staring at that one person who caught your eye is already food not only to the eyes, but I guess to our stomach. We can’t give up because we have hope. We hope that maybe the next one won’t be as bad as the last. That maybe the next one is the last one. So, the cycle never stops. Maybe we have to loose the present so we can move on to the future. Maybe they had to leave us because there’s somebody better who deserves our love more that that person we have right now. Love is the reason we chose to get up when we need to be awake. Not only for that one person but for our family, friends and our haters. We can’t give up on Love because after a heartbreak, we come out stronger and more confident, maybe because we learned something that we can improve. Or maybe because we have learned to love ourselves more than we should love other people. Because others can choose to leave us, but we can never leave ourselves. And we should not give up on Love because Love never gives up on us. We may be heartbroken now, but maybe the next week, month or in a year or two, we can move on and be with someone who will fulfill our dreams and just sweep us off our feet. Because we deserve to love and be loved. And because we have this chance to share happiness with somebody.