Hiya lovelies?? Sure we're all good yeah??
In the course of the day, we must offend people and people must offend us, well the Bible says to forgive 77 times daily but tell you what, sometimes the road to forgiveness might be filled with hurt, blame, broken promises and what nots that might make the road difficult to see. At that point, the question would be do I forgive, forget and accept the offender back or forgive, forget, move on and/or sever the ties that bind?
Growing up, I used to have a very quick temper and an unforgiving heart. Once you offend me and I blow hot and cold, I'll lock your space in my heart and throw the key in the Atlantic Ocean *rolling my eyes* and you know that when you throw a key into the ocean, you can never find it.
After I turned 21, I got a grip on my temper and I've become so calm but as people are wont to do, they like to take gentility to be stupidity.
Well, when dealing with people, I give them two chances and the third time, it's the final red card.
Once upon a time, I used to have a very close female friend that I could do anything for and yes, I did everything for her but what did I get in return? Jealousy, resentment and the likes initially, I was too stunned to believe she could be jealous of me because the truth is in reality, it is very hard for people to say I offend them because I am always extremely cautious of my actions and when I tried to talk her back to reality, she was acting. That moment the alarm in my head was blinking red and I knew it was time to move on as there was nothing to salvage. Well, eventually she came around and tried to apologise but at that point I knew it was time to move on and I told her that.
Letting go of close loved ones might hurt but sometimes it is better to let go for the good of all the parties involved.