Of course, You Never Really Forget Anyone

of course you never

Of course, you never really forget anyone, but you certainly release them. You stop allowing their history to have any meaning for you today. You let them change their haircut, let them move, let them fall in love again. And when you see this person you have let go, you realize that there is no reason to be sad. The person you knew exists somewhere, but you are separated by too much time to reach them again.

-Chelsea Fagan

Forgive But Never Forget

Forgive But Never Forget

Let’s say someone did you wrong! Lied to you, cheated on you, took money from you and never return it, etc.

Would you forgive and forget what they did?

Forgiving and forgetting are different. We forgive with our heart but we forget with our brain.

Can you forgive someone who took money from you and never gave them back? Who cheated on you? Lied to you?

Yes of course we can. It might take time and depends on what happened and what they did but it is doable.

However, can you forget what they did? If they ask you again for money will you give them? If they cheated will you take them back?

The answer is definitely a No!

I forgive you for what you did but trust me I will never forget.

Always forgive people when they do you wrong but never forget what they did. You forgive for yourself, for your emotional well being but never ever forget what they did.

If they done it once they will do it twice.

Fool me once shame on you! Fool me twice shame on me!

-By T.A.K

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I Am Not Meant For You

I am not meant for you

I am not meant for you.
I am convoluted,
and unlike the others
you ultimately forget.

I cannot settle for boredom,
bland foods, pop music
or uninteresting people.
I will not listen to you talk ad nauseum about yourself,
finish any book which doesn’t make me think,
or keep company with anyone who isn’t trying like hell to
flip this world upside down
while turning themselves inside out.

I won’t waste time on small talk,
or avoid diving head first into painful and complicated things.
All things esoteric complex,
unusual, abstruse seem made for me.

No…
you and I are not the same.
I accept people who do not care to accept me.
I welcome you into my arms,
but I will not apologize for being someone unpredictable.
I’m not here purely to be made sense of.

– J. Raymond