Friday, May 13, 2005

would I?

(just browse through my old files and find this writing. dunno where I get it. could be a forward-email or I made this sometime ago. anyway bit change has made. to make this writing so-me)

Have you ever wondered which hurts the most? Saying something and wishing you had not, or saying nothing and wishing you had? I guess the most important things are the hardest things to say. Don't be afraid to tell someone you love them. If you do, they might break your heart. But if you don't, you might break theirs.

Have you ever decided not to become close with someone because you were so afraid of losing what you already had with that person? Your heart decides whom it likes and whom it doesn't. You can't tell your heart what to do. It does it on its own. Even when you least suspect it, or even when you don't want it to.

Have you ever wanted to care for someone with everything you had, but that other person was too afraid to let you? Too many of us play hard on ourselves because we are too afraid to care too much. For fear that the other person does not care as much, or at all.

Have you ever denied your feelings for someone because your fear of rejection was too hard to handle? We tell lies when we are afraid. Afraid of what we don't know, afraid of what others will think, afraid of what will be found out about us. But every time we tell a lie, the thing we fear grows stronger.

Life is all about risks and it requires you to jump. Don't be a person who has to look back and wonder what they would have, or could have had.

What would you do if every time you wanted to be with someone, they would never be there? What would you do if your best friend died tomorrow and you never got to tell them how much you care for them?

Perhaps all of these questions are the answer on how people who actually care and don’t want to hurt each other could still get puzzled.

Just want to tell you that you are a truly dear friend.

If something happened to me tomorrow, you would always be in my heart.

Would I be in yours?

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