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.