Saturday, February 19, 2011

What does it mean when you're "over" something or someone? Does it mean the point after days, months, or even years where your mind no longer visits that territory? Is it the last conversation you've had with the person about what you've struggled through together? Or is it just when the entire situation disappears in smoke after having burned in the flames, becoming something totally forgotten and almost without a single trace on Earth?

Well, that flame analogy is a bit of an exaggeration, but it has been a struggle trying to figure out the answer to the question...

I am not going to describe what my personal reason is for asking the world this question, but it has made me wonder how people get past their obstacles and move on.
I know the ways to get over struggles, I've read everything about it inside and out, done the random Yahoo! homepage research trips, talked to wisdom-filled people, and listened to recordings by Dr. Wayne W. Dyer and other inspirations.
And even though I feel like I already know everything, I somehow feel blocked from the real feeling of totally having moved on.

Incase you're wondering or confused, it's not about me trying to get over someone, but it's just a situation about people who I love dearly but who I also have a hard time trying to completely understand.

I apologize for having taken you on a sad trip with this blog, but I just thought it beneficial to get my question out incase anyone knows how to answer it or who at least is in the same shoes.

Bean out.