Resilience

re·sil·ience
noun
1.
the ability of a substance or object to spring back into shape; elasticity.
2.
the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties; toughness.

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Yet you are still here, standing. Even at your lowest point, you are still alive, breathing. What has been taken can be reclaimed. What has been learned can be unlearned. This pain you feel is only temporary, but I cannot tell you how long it will last. Yes, we only got ourselves at the end of the day, but we all want to share part of our life with someone special. It is nothing to be ashamed of or to feel bad about. Do not look at it as time wasted. Time was invested. It might not have yield what you wanted, but it yield a lesson that you needed. A lesson to remind yourself to have everything means to have nothing. To have nothing is to have everything. Only when you have little will you start to realize what you need. This is only a process, you are not at the end of the road, but rather the middle of it. Follow through. And maybe along the way, you’ll find a piece of yourself that you haven’t given to someone else. Remember to believe and trust in life. It is going to be hard, but you have someone that believes in you. Me. When you’re ready, believe in yourself, take a step forward, and reclaim your life. And reclaim your happiness that you so truly deserve.

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