Who says broken cannot be beautiful?
What do you have to say about a broken glass? Something that is irreversible? BUT, When the glass breaks, isn’t it like glitter?
It indeed is dangerous, with sharp edges but is also beautifully composite.
The same goes for our heart. It is said that,
“Relationships are like glass, sometimes it’s better to leave it broken rather than hurt yourself putting it back together”. But the opposite is also true.
“When a broken glass is mended, it’s true that the crack is prominent, but it’s also true that you may still drink from it.”
Shattered trust, friendships or relationships are definitely difficult to deal with but not something that’ll make you want to die, is it? It’s just the perspective that changes everything.
Say for example, you are in a relationship for a month and then you realize that it isn’t working out for you. The guy loves you like insane but even over-sweetness causes diabetes, doesn’t it? So, you decide to break up and put this idea in front of your boyfriend. As expected, he is shocked and hurt too. He thinks of you as someone who broke his heart into pieces. But if you look on the brighter side, it was just one month of togetherness. Imagine, if you guys would have been together for a longer time and then you would have told him that you don’t feel for him the way he does for you, it would have torn him apart. He would think of you as a traitor, someone who was just taking advantage of his feelings. So, that makes your decision of breaking up just after a month, right. Moreover, it will also be easy for both of you to move on in life and not just get stuck in that phase.
Thus, everything in life happens for a reason. It’s like a puzzle, every negative thing has something positive hidden inside it. It’s up to us as to how we grab this opportunity to unfold another mystery life has thrown at us. It’s up to us as to how we make meaning out of that problem and get out of it with a smile and most importantly, a lesson.
A lesson to move on.
A lesson to not let your past define your present and most importantly, your future.
A lesson to overcome your fears.
A lesson to accept every failure as a challenge. A challenge to improve yourself and be a better version of yourself.