This concept is something we all understand and live by, but when you actually need to do it; it seems so hard. When you had a long and great relationship with someone, especially a friend or lover, sometimes it seems that we choose to not let ourselves get over it when it all turns to sh*t. You think about the good times and get upset over the bad. Trying to figure out why things went wrong. Sometimes during this process of getting over that person, we neglect the even better things we have right in front of us. Not only until you find a great circle will you be able to completely move on. A great circle is a group of people that understand you, communicate with you and allow you to live your life, make your mistakes and be who you want to be and vice versa. This is important because everyone makes mistakes and the key to a great crowd is finding those that believe in forgiveness. A crowd that understands we’re all going through life’s ups and downs. A crowd that understands we’re still a great person even if we make a step in the wrong direction. A crowd that understands that is a crowd that helps you grow.
Sometimes people aren’t meant to be in your life for a reason. Even if you were like sisters growing up or high school sweethearts, you need to realize your own worth and that things change. This can be a good thing if you have the right perspective. Why does losing someone have to be bad? You might have lost a great friend or someone you thought you were in love with but let these people make you stronger, wiser and help you gain better knowledge as to what you want out of a friend or relationship.
When you have a great circle, past people are irrelevant. Your great circle holds more maturity, motivates you, inspires you, comforts you and offers better things than those before them.
Relationships end for all kinds of reasons. Whatever the case may be, let these severed ties teach you something instead of making you bitter. After all, every person that enters our life serves a purpose, your job is to find out what that is and become a better person because of it.
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