Let light feed your soul and the wind be your spirit in flight.
There is a time and a place for heartache. But, when it is eating your soul and internally harassing the human that you are, there is an undeniable but constantly undetachable feeling of longing for another time with the one you love. Or the one you loved. When the heart hurts too much to move, you must move. That will be the most important time for you to move. When it really is seemingly impossible.
Move your feet, guide your body with steps, that maybe hurt, but will bring you to a brighter place eventually.
You do not have to know where you are going. That is the beauty of life. We never truly know where we are going. Even when we have plans. There is no guarantee of our destination. We may think we know where we will be tomorrow, or maybe we don’t think about that at all. Some of us do. Some don’t. But it is a guarantee that none of us truly know the place where we will end up. The place physically and the place mentally. The world is full of crazy errors and crazy love. The most important attribute of falling in love, is knowing that you can feel it. Sometimes it feels like it is forever, and it is a beautiful feeling to hold on to. But if, and when that forever does not last forever, it is important to remind yourself that you are capable of that feeling. That way, you can strive to have it again. Not strive, as in, try hopelessly to get it back. But strive, as in have confidence in yourself and your journey that you will feel it again.
Nothing in life is guaranteed, however uneasy that feels to you, remember that if you lean towards the light, hold onto memories, use life’s momentum to fuel more adventure, and let the wind guide you to where you will be next.
If you hurt, close your eyes, smile, even if that is the last thing you want to do, breathe and be so grateful for what you have, where you are and allow your anxious feelings to evolve into uneasiness for the unknown possibilities that can light up your life. Good comes. And there is good around, that you may not notice. Think a little less about what hurts and imagine more of what feels good. Remember that the best still has not arrived. The good is coming.