Faces of Love (196)

Which side you cling on?

There are two sides to every coin, and you choose the side you want. One side makes you a winner and the other one a loser … Does it work that way? In my opinion, you can see yourself as a winner in both cases, for when “losing” something you make room in your life for something else, and most of the time, it is something better than expected. 

In the same way, your past has two sides. There is the one you want to look at for you consider yourself you were your best version, and the other one you avoid it, for you fear of suffering. Usually, the part you try avoiding it is the part you need the most to look at and dive into, for suffering will bring you the healing. 

Actually, avoiding a part of your past, you carry the heaviness of that and become frustrated and anxious. Looking at the past, and diving deep into it, accepting that it cannot be changed but it has changed you in who you are today, you are grateful for where it brought you to.

You can choose to carry the heaviness of the past or to not carry it, and accepting it, loving it, being grateful for. Whenever you make choices you take sides and those sides define who you become.

The side of the past you cling on is your choice, and through that side you see yourself and your present.

Which side you cling on?

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With all my Love,


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7 thoughts on “Faces of Love (196)

  1. You can not separate from the past but you can not live anchored to it because then we can not enjoy the present. We have to accept reality and take the past as a reference, nothing more.

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    1. I agree with you! The “now” is the most important for it is all we have.
      In my opinion, it only depends what you take as a reference from your past to enjoy the present. 🙂
      Thank you for your read and comment!

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  2. Love the picture! It reminds me of some art my husband made a few years ago called, hitchin a ride.
    Anyway, yes, I loved your words too. It made me wonder why I tend to ruminate on the negative times in my past. Perhaps to forgive myself and let them go as each comes to the surface of my mind. ❤️🦋🌀

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    1. In my opinion, it is right what you said about the negative times. They come to the surface for their existence needs to be accepted and loved as they are. It is the way they go for good. They are part of your growing, part of who you are! 🙂
      Thank you very much for your visit and comment!
      ❤ 🔆 ❤

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