Better to have Loved than Lost?

If everyone does their best and their collective efforts fail, is it because you can try your best and still loose or is it because you never really tried your best, you just kid yourself into believing you were trying your best? Would you move mountains for love? And when you did, what would you hope to get? Is love everything and does it deserve this kind of rigour and heart ache, after all, our hearts can't break, because if they did, we would never love again. Stupid complicated man.


11 thoughts on “Better to have Loved than Lost?

  1. “Would I move a mountain for love?” -> answer is yes!

    “And when you did, what would you hope to get?” -> a small oasis that would be my life’s sole reason for living, it’s small spring watering my whoe existence it will give me life. that’s why i’m willing to move a mountain for love, coz it’s the only thing that makes my heart beat. πŸ™‚

  2. When we move mountains for love we do it for ourselves. Sometimes we don’t hope to get anything and that means everything in the world. We are ready to do everything for love not because we love the person that much but because we love ourselves immensely and know that we would be miserable without the one we love. Hearts do break, its the pieces that fall in love again. That is why its never the same again.

  3. saly: wow… that was profound… thank you πŸ™‚

    mayang: you romantic you! what’s happeing with your blog, i checked it the other day (monday?) and it wasn’t there…

  4. hehe romantic? me?! uh not so sure! LoL my blog’s still there don’t worry just did some revamping, it’s back for all to see again! πŸ˜‰

  5. It is very possible to do your best and still fail. And failure makes many people give up. But others keep trying, looking for new challeneges. It’s a sad fact that we don’t always get what we want but that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t try. And it’s a bit of a cliche but sometimes when we look back we realise that we are better off without things we thought we wanted. The best thing is to look to the future for opportunities, not to the past for failures.

  6. uh good analogy with Men and buses! LoL a bit true though but jst like Maryam, don’t want to switch buses i’m only bound for one destination hehe πŸ™‚

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