Admit it. We all had something or someone that we were dear to but never paid attention to it. Things that were valuable, people that were dear to you, the person that loved you but you never loved them. It’s a factor of life that all of us can comprehend one way or another. It’s like trust. Something that we destroy can not easily be rebuilt. It’s a gaining attribute that could be pummeled in a matter of seconds from words, but mostly actions. And once we lost something, we look back. Some don’t, but a lot do.
The Lost is something that could go different ways. Some may be good and some may be bad. But I believe that it’s mainly good. Something lost that we search on and on for it’s definitely worth fighting for….or so it seems. It depends on the person. And many possibilities that could happen in the wake. There are the people that rush for it. Wanting it like it’s their last grasp. Like having the hunger for more. There are also people who wait and let time do the talking. Patience is the key here. Either way, both work in different ways.
Life’s a mystery. Anything can happen. We learn to forgive, but not to forget. The most important thing is to forgive yourself first. Forgiving yourself is the ability to be able to forgive others. There are many possibilities that could happen. Just need to learn how to deal with it when the time comes. The Lost is hard to find, but will be there if they know you’re worth going back to. I think of it as an opportunity that should be taken at any cost. Something that could be worth your life I think is a great attribute towards an human being. Who are we the right to judge someone that is willing to go for something or someone that is worth the world?
As I dealt with many past experiences dealing with the lost of many great friends that I had, I think to myself everyday, “Is this worth fighting for?” In my situation, I believe so. Don’t know what will happen. Either if it’s good or bad, it’s a learning experience. I know now what not to do later. There are many great people that are dear to me. I love them very much. I also have someone that is very dear to me. I hope that her and I can gain back The Lost that we had together. I miss the old times that we had and hopefully one day, they will be regained. I’m here for her. If you’re reading this, I just want to let you know that you’re the most amazing girl I’ve ever met. All I want for you is to be happy.
Sometimes I thought I was that one guy that was bringing joy to the room but ended up being alone in the thunderstorm……..
…..but not anymore.
The Lost That Was There…..a title that I was thinking of naming the book I’m currently writing. It’ll be done by the end of this year. If anyone is interested, please let me know and it would be greatly appreciated. Thank you all for reading this post. This is Figgy signing out…