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Adolescent Romance: Are You Gaining Something Valuable or a More Valuable Lesson?

Crow Ss

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All of you, even just once, have experienced love in your youth.
You've seen a beautiful and kind-hearted girl, or an attractive and gentle boy. This bitter reality that the person you're living with now might leave your side today is relatively harsh.
In our mother tongue, we have a proverb that says: "The only thing that's impossible is just what's impossible. Someone who dies of excessive love for you, may leave you today."
Maybe this proverb doesn't work very well in English. But he got the point.

I used to be very hostile to these words in my early youth. I would tell myself that these are the words and tales told by those who have failed in love to others. But I wish it were so.
People come and go; can you be the one who always stays?

The departure of people we love and who love us can be very painful. But it has as much or even more positive and golden point to it. The fact that love may not remain, but you learn a lesson that always does, is a positive thing.

That's right. I miss her too, and now I remembered her. My girlfriend was a very kind, playful, witty, and kind-hearted girl that I don't think I'll find someone like her again. Am I crying? No, I don't think so.

The romantic relationships I had were three or four. Each lasted a year or half a year. Well. But you said that people leaving teaches a lesson. Yes, I'm telling you now.

My first relationship was with a girl who lived far away from me. She was in another city. At that time, I wanted to drop out of school and no longer study. But she grabbed my attention and said to me: "Hey! What do you want to do with your life? Tell me. What are you interested in? I want to study architecture. Are you interested in the field I want to study? If your answer is yes, we can study together. Isn't that good?". And she made me in college now:)). She's not with me now.

My second romantic relationship also had a valuable lesson. My girlfriend and I spent the whole day together, and during that time, I couldn't meditate much because of her. Several times, I was inspired to: "Leave her. Start your spiritual progress again. Start and continue your journey."

She left me a month ago. For the weirdest and most unbelievable reason, she left me alone. But what was the lesson of this relationship? That I shouldn't put my way and myself second.

Those two other relationships I had in the past years made my attachment much less. It's true that humans need a companion.
But loneliness grows you.

If you're young, don't sacrifice your mind and thoughts for a romantic relationship and work on yourself for now.
Give yourself time alone to get to know yourself. You'll also learn a hundred percent from your romantic relationships. Someone who loves you and you love them will have the greatest impact on you.
That's why gods and the universe teach you this way, and it's best to learn the lessons well.
 
All of you, even just once, have experienced love in your youth.
You've seen a beautiful and kind-hearted girl, or an attractive and gentle boy. This bitter reality that the person you're living with now might leave your side today is relatively harsh.
In our mother tongue, we have a proverb that says: "The only thing that's impossible is just what's impossible. Someone who dies of excessive love for you, may leave you today."
Maybe this proverb doesn't work very well in English. But he got the point.

I used to be very hostile to these words in my early youth. I would tell myself that these are the words and tales told by those who have failed in love to others. But I wish it were so.
People come and go; can you be the one who always stays?

The departure of people we love and who love us can be very painful. But it has as much or even more positive and golden point to it. The fact that love may not remain, but you learn a lesson that always does, is a positive thing.

That's right. I miss her too, and now I remembered her. My girlfriend was a very kind, playful, witty, and kind-hearted girl that I don't think I'll find someone like her again. Am I crying? No, I don't think so.

The romantic relationships I had were three or four. Each lasted a year or half a year. Well. But you said that people leaving teaches a lesson. Yes, I'm telling you now.

My first relationship was with a girl who lived far away from me. She was in another city. At that time, I wanted to drop out of school and no longer study. But she grabbed my attention and said to me: "Hey! What do you want to do with your life? Tell me. What are you interested in? I want to study architecture. Are you interested in the field I want to study? If your answer is yes, we can study together. Isn't that good?". And she made me in college now:)). She's not with me now.

My second romantic relationship also had a valuable lesson. My girlfriend and I spent the whole day together, and during that time, I couldn't meditate much because of her. Several times, I was inspired to: "Leave her. Start your spiritual progress again. Start and continue your journey."

She left me a month ago. For the weirdest and most unbelievable reason, she left me alone. But what was the lesson of this relationship? That I shouldn't put my way and myself second.

Those two other relationships I had in the past years made my attachment much less. It's true that humans need a companion.
But loneliness grows you.

If you're young, don't sacrifice your mind and thoughts for a romantic relationship and work on yourself for now.
Give yourself time alone to get to know yourself. You'll also learn a hundred percent from your romantic relationships. Someone who loves you and you love them will have the greatest impact on you.
That's why gods and the universe teach you this way, and it's best to learn the lessons well.
Actually, talking about relationships is relatively applicable in every environment... Having a girlfriend or Boyfriend in your youthful age is the best, both of you will enjoy
unforgettable moments like kisses, Romance etc Promised each other Heaven and Earth. You will say: I love you so much when in your subconscious mind you know, you don't love her, everything is premised on love infatuation 😂 Especially, We guys, we will promised girls things we can't fulfilled at the end.
In all, let every relationship you engaged yourself make you to learn lessons most especially after separation, Examine your past relationships and focus on those things or mistakes that cause you to Separate with your girlfriend or boyfriend. Love is a very beautiful thing when it's
the love of your life! When Satan blesses you with a good Partner, just keep thanking him every minute.
Over the years Marriage has been a problem to our Modern society today, we Satanists needs to take our time before settling down.
Hail JOS
 

Al Jilwah: Chapter IV

"It is my desire that all my followers unite in a bond of unity, lest those who are without prevail against them." - Satan

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