We Need Each Other, Don’t Forget That

we-need-eachotherI think as people, human beings, we need each other. Sometimes perhaps just for a short time. Once the time is over, when we no longer need each other, something forces you to split ways.

I always wonder about relationships. As a firm believer that everything happens for a reason, sometimes I wonder why people come in and out of our lives, sometimes suddenly in either direction or for what seems no reason at all.

Perhaps sometimes, we need that friendly face to help us get through an especially tough class. When the class is over, we lose touch because we don’t really need each other again after all. Other times, friendships grow and develop and you find you just understand one another so well in that time of your life. Sometimes those friendships stay for decades and other times, you fight or the person suddenly leaves you high and dry and left you wondering why. That person didn’t need you anymore or you didn’t need them. That shouldn’t leave you feeling upset or unfulfilled. Try to look back and remember the good times you had with that person or how you helped each other in that time of your lives.

So cherish the relationships in your life RIGHT NOW. Try not to dwell in your past relationships or worry about future ones. Enjoy the people in your life and treat them well. There is a reason they are there. It might be to teach you something, you might be there to help them, or you might simply be people who just “get” each other and enjoy fun times. Whatever the reason is, they are there for a reason.

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  1. Lauren; inspriational words for many of us. I think this is yet another reason to practice ‘mindful consciousness’ or metacognition for the moment and be grateful for angels who breeze in and out of our lives, and those who linger longer ( and sometimes, too long). Thank you.

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