Say something…

I am singing this song in my head – pretty good if I can add, and I want to share it for a while know here.

It seems that everything finds its place and time in this blogo-journey of mine.

“Say something, I’m giving up on you
I’m sorry that I couldn’t get to you
Anywhere I would’ve followed you
Say something, I’m giving up on you

And I will swallow my pride
You’re the one that I love
And I’m saying goodbye…”

I love the song, the lyrics and the amaaaazing performance of Alex and Sierra, but for the world of me, I don’t get the last bit.

He/She is swallowing his/hers pride and saying goodbye? Shouldn’t saying goodbye stand for making a decision instead of bowing down?

I believe in forgive but I don’t believe in forget. I can never forget some things that happened to me, people can’t forget – and it would be wrong! Those are the things that defined them. Bad things, like good, define us. Our attitude. What would happen if I woke up tomorrow not remembering what made me to think like I think, to do stuff I do? It would be a trauma, an amnesia.

I believe in forgive because no one feels your hate and grudge but you, and that feeling is poison inside. So, yes, forgive because of yourself. Forget if you can.

This is a part of Daily Prompt: I Can’t Stay Mad at You