Is it really better to have loved and lost, than to never have loved at all?
Is this an example of faith?
In my humble opinion, yes. We cannot go through life being afraid of "what if?" If we were to do this, we wouldn't really be living, only surviving. Everything that happens to us in life is a lesson learned. Some are just harder to accept.
I love to LOVE, lol! even if I have loved and I have also lost loves... he he he ! but life goes on... no use of crying over spilled milk.I did cry though and I was sad for awhile when I lost loves (who doesn't) but ces't la vie.Life goes on. Inspite of it all,I believe that Love still makes the world go round and I still have a strong faith in love . I still love the loves I've lost .Not your normal reaction, but why not? he he he !!!No hard feelings sown. Fortunately, all the people I have loved, not one of them was a Psycho like your caption says.That makes it a lot easier to continue loving my lost loves.. Ha ha ha !!!! WHOOPEE!
I really think that it is better to love and lose than to never love at all. For a number of reasons. For one, each time you enter a relationship and lose one, you grow. You learned to become patient with that person, you learned to love the person for who they are. When you are in love with a person you tend to be more able to adapt to things you might not be able to adapt to in other circumstances.
Love though it can sometimes hurt can make us feel really good. We are able to see ourselves through another persons eyes.
Sometimes people come into our life for a season. We may need them to be their for a specific reason at a specific point in our lives and they will help us get to the next level.
If we never experience these things we would be losing out on a lot!
by TehClay 7 years ago
Better to have loved and lost, or to never have loved at all?
by DanuckInUSA 6 years ago
Is it truly better to have loved and lost then to have never loved at all?Is the excruciating pain of a lost love truly worth a brief glimpse of love?
by NikiDiva 4 years ago
Is it better to have loved and lost than to have never loved at all?
by devisree 2 years ago
Childhood is the best stage of life. Do you agree? A stage Without worries ,Being cared and loved by parents and relatives is a memorable stage in life.
by Julianna 10 months ago
Why does losing someone you love to death have to be so painful?I understand its written in the Bible; but why does it have to hurt so much? How do you cope with the pain? Why does it take longer for some of us to overcome, while others continue to move on like nothing happened? The reason I ask is...
by ThatFatGuy 7 years ago
Is it better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all?
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