My condolences to everyone who had enough and have to give up now. Giving up wasn’t really in your genes but you don’t have the choice anymore but to let go… to untie… to unattached what was been attached with tears, sacrifices and pain for so long.
You can breathe now. You are not drowning anymore.
My condolences to everyone who’s love wasn’t reciprocated by the universe. I want you to know that you are so brave for having to give all of your love to someone who doesn’t envision to watch all of the sunsets with you. To someone who’s love wasn’t made to be yours. To someone who’s heart wasn’t made to fit yours.
It’s time to give up now. Sometimes, there are people we love that aren’t made to be ours and just because this someone doesn’t love you, it doesn’t mean you’ll never get the love that you deserve in the future. You will…someday. I promise you.
My condolences to everyone who suffers stress and sleepless nights because they aren’t happy anymore with their job. Who goes to work just because they have to. Not because of their choice but they have to pay bills every month, family or parents to support financially and to survive life everyday.
I want to congratulate you for being unselfish. For willing to put the needs of others instead of your own. Stay motivated even its hard. You have a lot of people behind your back who needs you. You are a hero for being selfless.
My condolences to the people who pretends to be happy even deep down their hearts they were mending from something they always want to have, to feel, to see. They continued to share happiness and good vibes to everyone around them even though at the end of the day, they all crawl to their beds crying and feeling empty and alone.
Thank you for being the light despite the aches you suffer inside, despite the depression you have. You still ignore it just to live day by day. Thank you because no matter how hard it is you still choose to smile and laugh everyday.
My condolences to everyone who needs to die little of their selves just to be alive. Thank you for being resilient and strong. Sometimes we needed to die or to sacrifice just to continue living our lives because we know that everything will be alright someday.
Many thanks to Manuel Martin