So I went home couple of weeks ago, and I had my end term proposals submitted to the admin for panel checking before I packed my things and leave my old table and return my badge as the Chief Judge of the judicial branch of the Supreme Student Government, Also rolled out to be the over all chairman for the upcoming search for the new batch of officers for the next school year which is going to be my last and must I say major chairmanship there ever, Wish for a major miracle, A break is not gonna come, I can feel it.
I also had to use most of my time helping out in my sister’s new found business. I couldn’t find a single word to describe how my crazy sched refrain me from updating my blog D;
Last January 16, I got to attend a summit before graduation where I had met a lot of people including this young lady her name is Emma and we talked about a lot of stuff ‘til it led her to ask me a question I wasn’t ready answering during the time. Such a wrong timing the summit ended before I even get to say something about it, I handed her my blog address assuring her that I’d be posting some rants pertaining to her question.
Okay Emma if you’re reading this or if you’ve been keeping an eye here, I’m sorry its a bit late but uhm, I hope this helps. so yeah.
NOTE: I am not the best person to ask advice from.
You asked me:
"WHAT IF THE PERSON YOU LOVE IS UNFORTUNATELY WAS THE EX OF YOUR FRIEND?ARE YOU STILL GOING TO LOVE HIM OR JUST FORGET ABOUT HIM?"
First of all, you have to be absolutely, positively sure you love him. If not, then what’s the point? Why would you waste time, and a hefty portion of your heart, on something that (a) won’t last, (b) is wrong, and (c) can actually be prevented? I hope you don’t find me preachy, but I suggest you pray about it very, very hard. You never want to step outside the will of God for your life. If you do, you won’t experience the fullness of the wonderful plans and blessings He has in store for you. In short, be certain you love him. If for some reason you realize you don’t, you can stop reading now and just forget about him. Hahaha. Just kidding, be friends lang!
Second, wait. Just wait. I see you’re young, so focus on the things that matter. Build friendships, strengthen relationships with your family, do well in school, find your talents and strengths, hone them, travel the world, have sleepovers with your girlfriends, stalk your celebrity crushes (okay, don’t STALK them lol) Concern yourself with that whole love aspect when you need to. Rushing into things is a sign of mistrust. When you fully believe that God has your life in His hands, you know that He will make everything beautiful at the perfect time (Ecclesiastes 3:11). Ask Him to remove that feeling if it’s not the right person, or even the right time. If it’s meant to be, it will still be there when you’re both ready.
Finally, the past is past. So leave it there. This guy is not your friend’s property, so don’t treat him like it. What does it matter if he’s her ex? People make mistakes, but we should never let the past destroy what the future holds. If he really is the one for you, then trust that God will make it come to pass. And when God blesses, he adds no trouble to it (Proverbs 10:22). Meaning this girl (or any other girl, for that matter) will not stand in the way.
Wow, sorry this got so longggg and draggy. I really had to keep thinking for the words to answer this question, cause I know it’s probably a big deal to you or something and I just would not know what to do in your situation hahaha. Again, I’m sorry it’s so long and quite sabaw (I wasn’t able to sleep last night). Hope I helped a little though. Just reaaaally pray about it, because I may not have the answers, but He does. Much love!