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struggling

struggling

Tunisia

June 1, 2013
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Being single is not actually that synonym of being lonely; it is rather that period you and yourself spend together getting to know each other. So when you can find this analogy between how  you feel you are and how you look at the mirror , inner peace will be yours . Eventually with the presence of that inner peace, you will learn the art of acceptance; of being self-asserted. At that point, time can be perfect to widen the way for a concrete self who is the perfect match of what you have seen inside and outside the mirror.

12:03 PM Jun 04 2013

sama.a

sama.a
Iran, Islamic Republic Of

Yes my dear sister I buy your opinion, You are right :)

I just talked generally :) I didnt mean about family life and marriage. I agree with you and also prefer to be single rather than being with someone who cant understand me :)

09:05 AM Jun 04 2013

struggling

struggling
Tunisia

The prophet never talked nosense.... but here I am actually referring  to a polarity of single vs married. So what I want to convey is that it is not a fast-made decision; that of choosing someone who will have the right to know all details about you. This is why the act of choosing someone to be your life partner follows the act of discovering what you really want, how do you look to your life forwards, how can u see serenity in your life with someone else? See dear? :)

04:26 AM Jun 04 2013

sama.a

sama.a
Iran, Islamic Republic Of

We may not need to be alone in order to observe ourselves in mirror. As our prophet(pbuh)

said: The believer is his brother's mirror. :)   (المؤمن مرأة اخيه)  So we as muslim sisters and brothers can help eachother in this regard :)

May 28, 2013
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A wonderful fact to reflect upon, that every human creature is constituted to be that profound secret and mystery to every other. A solemn consideration, when I enter a great city by night, that everyone of those darkly clustered houses encloses its own secret; that every room in everyone of them encloses itw own secret; that every beating heart in the hundreds of thousands of breasts there is, in some of its imaginings, a secret to the heart nearest to it! Something of the awfulness, even of Death itself, is referable o this. No more can I look into the depths of this unfathomable water, wherein, as momentary lights glanced into it, I have had glimpses of buried treasure and other things submerged.

01:29 AM May 31 2013

3emma3

3emma3
Iraq

I think it is not only in victorian age, it is in all ages those contradictions go side by side. What is the best for some people may be the worst for others and so on. 

04:09 PM May 30 2013

struggling

struggling
Tunisia

You mean the victorian period? 

03:20 PM May 30 2013

3emma3

3emma3
Iraq

“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of light, it was the season of darkness, it was the spring of hope,it was the winter of despair.”  

May 23, 2013
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What years offer us is a mere opportunity to meet people. Either they are there to help you find yourself or to help them find themselves. The difference between these aftermaths  lights at the very heart of human development. Inner peace consequently comes out of that consolidation between what you teach people and what they teach you in return. This vantage point forges eventually that feeling of "missing somebody".... you miss that compromise, that equilibrium , that mutual understanding which is no longer there ;when that somebody whom you choose to be the other side of the compromise  walks out of your life. What is left is a single choice: to move away and just breeding that feeling of "missing somebody"...

03:56 AM May 26 2013

fancol
Egypt

Instead of crying on the spelt milk, we should keep our own friends in every way of mutual understanding , familiarity and and settle down all the claching points between each other. I know a friend who wants to be friendly with others but being hesitated or worried or wants to escape from his friend without any considerable reasons and in same time that person pretends to be friendly , can this person be a friend or he or she may insist on missing the other ?!

05:16 AM May 24 2013

MESS

MESS
Turkey

Ending a relationship or friendship is one of the hardest things in life, and what comes as a result is missing the person who once stood right in the middle of your heart and at the center of your life. That feeling never goes away over time even though we expect time to just sweep it away for good. Yet we cannot blame time for that. Nor can we blame fate for the sadness and loneliness that we have to live with.

I am not sure whether there is a complete solution for this pain or not but I found a reasonable solution in learning to live with that feeling. Now I embrace the sweet moments and memories I had with those people, and even sometimes the sad feelings I experienced with them put a smile on my face now. I cannot say I am completely okay with their being gone. The feeling is still there but at least I came to accept the reality.

And I even made up my personal saying : "Some people leave our life. Some people come into our life. We should let those who want to leave leave but we should always leave the door ajar for those who will come in."

One last thing, whatever happens in your life, move on. Whoever leaves you, move on. Whoever comes into your life, welcome them kindly and embark on a new adventure with them. And enjoy the ride. :)