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When The Universe Doesn’t Bring Them Back To You

Posted on July 01 2019

When The Universe Doesn’t Bring Them Back To You
Losing someone you love and genuinely care for can be devastating. You devote your life to someone just to find yourself falling short. Maybe it was your fault that things didn’t work out, maybe it wasn’t. At the end it doesn’t really matter. What matters is that they’re gone, and they aren’t coming back. And I am here to tell you that that is okay. It’s okay to let go, its okay to move on.
When the universe doesn’t bring them back, trust the universe. Trust that there is a plan, a purpose. His plans are so much greater than yours. I know it’s frustrating and scary. Scary to think that you made all these memories with someone for years, just to end up as strangers. But that’s how life works. And everyone in your life has a purpose. There’s a reason why you met them, and there’s a reason why you’ve lost them.
They’ve served their purpose. They did all they could for you. And there’s no shame in accepting that fact and letting go of the illusion that they would one day come back. Because the truth of the matter is that they won’t.
So all you can do now is to trust the process. Trust that the journey you are on is the right one. You are exactly where you are supposed to be.
What you’ve lost may be great but know that what you’ll gain in return will be so much greater.
When God allows one door to close, he will open another door for you, revealing something bigger and better.  
I know its hard to imagine. All you probably want is that same old familiar person that you’ve made so many amazing memories with back. But that’s in the past. If they don’t want to be in your live, let them go. Stop forcing something that is broken beyond repair. Stop wishing something back that is meant to stay gone.
We all make mistakes; some are smaller than others. Some are devastating. Some end relationships, and some ruin lives. It happens, it’s done. Let go of your past and stop focusing on the things that are out of your control. Unless you have a time machine in your backyard, it doesn’t matter anymore.
The only thing that matters is how you can learn from your mistakes and refrain from doing them again in the future.
Trust God. Trust his timing. Trust his purpose. Trust that one day it’ll all make sense. He will make things happen for you when the time is right.
Maybe you’ve lost them because you were meant to find yourself. Maybe you’ve lost them because they indirectly hindered you from obtaining your full potential.
Maybe you settled for mediocrity when instead you were meant to find greatness.
It takes losing what we had to realize that it wasn’t what we really wanted or needed. And that’s okay.
When I look back at my life, I find myself regretting many things. Mistakes I’ve made that I will always regret. I’ve made some stupid mistakes. Mistakes that had severe consequence. But mistakes help you grow. They change you. They turn you into the person you were always meant to be. Mistakes teach you lessons that victories never could.
So when I look into the mirror today, I see the growth I’ve undergone. I see the changes; I see how far I’ve come. And I am so proud of myself. I love who I am. I love the man that I am today.
And its safe to say that without the mistakes of my past, I wouldn’t be anywhere close to being the man that I am today.
It took me a few years to get over certain losses in my life but when I look back now, I realize that every loss brought me closer to finding myself. Every loss taught me what I needed. Every mistake I made, showed me what I didn’t want from my life.
And sometimes that is all we need. We need a reminder of what we don’t want. Either from ourselves, or from others.
Often times when we lose others, we indirectly end up finding ourselves. But it doesn’t feel like that at first. The initial feeling will be of a deep loss. But trust me that clarity and inner peace are of far more importance.
Everybody cannot grow with you. You need to understand that.
So if the universe doesn’t bring them back into your life, trust that there is a reason for it.
It’s asking you to change your life. Change your career path. Change your circle of friends. Change your lifestyle. Discover your true purpose and develop into the best version of yourself.
You do not need the same person in your life again who walked out on you. You need real genuine change.  
You are not meant to sob over your past. Let it go. Let the mistakes go. Let the dreams of you two go. Let the person go.
 
 
 
 
 
 

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