They say that count your age not by the number of years you lived, but by the number of friends you have. And we all go on chasing people and making friends. In the process, what we don’t see is the implicit message. Like the years, friends also pass by. Like times, people also change.
Therefore, in the long run, it becomes important to let go. We have to make ourselves understand that some people are not meant to be ours; not meant to stay. We have to learn to cherish the good memories they had gifted and the smiles they had spread.
When the relationship hurts, when being together starts to prick, it means it’s time to say goodbye. Sometimes, it is better to end in a happy note than in tears. It will be appreciated if no grudges are carried.
Saying goodbye is not bad.
Quoting Beyoncé’s words, an American R&B singer-songwriter, record producer, actress and product endorser: “Thank God I found the GOOD in goodbye”
Sometimes, a relationship cries out for this, a positive note to end.
Always remember that end of one thing would be the beginning of another.