On goodbyes.

Taken at Gold Coast, 2012

Saying goodbyes to familiarity is never easy. Be it to an acquaintance turned friend or friend turned lover or lover turned ex, it’s gotta be done. We’ll keep replaying the happy moments in our minds, we’ll choose to think less of all the hurt and convince ourselves that there was more happiness than pain. But, we owe it to ourselves to keep moving forward. We cannot keep holding ourselves back and worry about where our next goodbye is gonna come from. So I guess, the trick is to think of goodbyes as a good thing; rip off our old skin and start again.

After all, you need to turn away from the past, and face the sun boldly to let the shadows fall behind you.


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