Taylor Swift + [insert next guy]
Guy and Pip [para sa mga sinaunang henerasyon]
Kris Aquino + [father of her third child]
Ang totoong ending ng Fault in Our Stars
Maybe totoo na walang forever. Somehow, some way, yung mga taong minamahal natin, they will leave, or you will leave. But the question you should be asking yourself I think is: Is #WalangForever so bad? Masyado ata tayo nahahang-up sa idea ng “forever” — like “forever” is the yardstick to having a happy and fruitful relationship.
It was during a GNO with H and M when it actually first struck me. M, being the enlightened and centered and very much MARRIED member of our trio, shared how she viewed relationships. Basically she said, she has accepted that there people in your life who will come and will go at one point or another. They will play the part they are supposed to play, and when it ends, it just means their part is over, and you move on and they move on. Simple. Of course, anything ending is always going to hurt a little bit. Some endings may hurt a little bit more than others. Pero, if you realize that by accepting that that was just another part of the story you can be at peace and be happy for the time you spent together — or be happy that you finally got rid of them (…just sayin’.)
Meron at merong hiwalayang mangyayari…whether by your own design, by circumstances or by the laws of nature. So what?! Minsan yun hiwalayan biglaan, minsan it can take years. Kahit na walang forever dapat ‘wag tayo matakot to get into a relationship. I know of relationships that lasted 2 months, but brought more happiness to the people in it, and relationships/marriages that have been going on for decades but love escapes them. It is what you make of it. So cherish your moments, enjoy each other, and don’t fear the #walangforever. You can make any relationship you have an epic one, if you let it.