I used to think that relationships ended, or friendships ended. Today I realize it is not so, and everything continues.
Sometimes with age, one comes to the understanding that everything continues. I used to think that relationships ended, or friendships ended. Today I realize it is not so, and everything continues. This idea of something infinite, not to allow feelings to die or be kept with resentment, is still something that moves me, because we are everything that we have lived and we continue to be all that: even if it is over, it is now within us. And like movement, it makes us flow, improve and know ourselves. All relationships, be it family, friendship or love do the same to us; it is a way to continue to grow, and move. This is similar to the effect of exercise, which leads to improvement from within; it makes you grow and feel better; it happens exactly like this with human relations. Today I do not have the impulse to end something, but rather an impulse of transformation.
Every day, all things change by the second. We are not the same, but it does not mean it
is over, but rather that it has to do with evolution, with openness, with being more every day, because we have more things that have passed by us and we have passed by things. It is a feeling of happiness that I believe has to do with age, that has to do with us being part of a whole, of a host of situations and experiences that make me feel more like a part of it all. Of nature, of people, of friends, of lovers, of those who were and those who will be, those who are. Is like a timeless time; everything is already within me. I can only be thankful for this marvelous moment called NOW, in which I can reflect and share this thought.