the ART of letting go (part 3)

currently, this is the most succesful series that i have for my blog.  thank you for the readers who continue leaving their messages and experiences based from the messages i have posted.  its truly remarkable and overwhelming.

i absolutely welcome negative remarks and dont worry, i understand every words that our dear readers left.  i dont hold anything (either grudges nor ill remarks).  i rather approve these comments so at least this post will somehow lift those excess baggage that our dear readers may have been keeping inside.

i firmly believe that once a person have been able write down his opinions about a topic that is closest to their hearts, its the first step in letting go because he/she finally admitted that he/she had these feelings all bottled up inside them.

they are just finding a way on how they could express it and i hope this series will be the way.  enjoy the rest of the post, people.


We used to think that life is a fairytale…full of magic, exciting and vivid!

But that was a long time ago…

How we know that there’s more to life than just ‘happy ever after…’

We decide, we struggle and somehow we begin to understand that we have the power to make each day better than yesterday…

We’ve learned that we get wiser each day and no fairy can lead us to a happy ending.


You can never find rest until you finally let go of the hatred that fills your heart.

Stop hating the person who hurts you.

It’s time to let go of the past and find mercy within your heart.

Remember that nobody is perfect, because even the most cautious man stumbles upon the smallest stone.


Sometimes the heroism in love is not only seen in the way you fought for it.

But in the way you surrendered it even though it was supposed to be perfect


It takes time to forget someone very special to you.

But sometimes we really have to move to face the fact that certain chapters of our lives should really be closed forever.


Life is like riding a bicycle, you have to balance everything and in order to maintain balance…you have to keep moving on.


Things just happen, things we may never understand.

But we just have to believe that it’s for the best, even if it doesn’t always seem that way.


Having a marvelous memory is great, but sometimes, the ability to forget is a lot better.


I hope that there will come a point in my life when my heart will grow tired.

Grow numb from hate.

Stop beating for love.

Run out of compassion.

Don’t soften from pain.

I hope all those will happen not because of insensitivity but because it will simply want to move on and live a new uncomplicated life.


The most logical work of philosophy is embodied in 10 words:

STAY if you are happy, LEAVE if you are not.


Don’t count what you’ve lost

But cherish what you have and plan what you want to gain.

The past never returns but the future may fulfill the loss

3 thoughts on “the ART of letting go (part 3)

  1. The most painful thing in life is letin go of some1 u loved bcus she does’nt knw how much you’d loved.
    My heart ached for a long time bt yet the memory made me better 2day.
    Heart break like herbs is bitter but medicinal,it makes one better!

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