Why Separation Is So Painful!

In every friendship hearts grow and entwine themselves together, so that the two hearts seem to make only one heart with only a common thought. That is why separation is so painful; it is not so much two hearts separating, but one being torn asunder.”
― Fulton J. Sheen

When there is a deep connection, an established friendship, it is difficult to sever ties. The two may have love for one another but there are differences in opinions, wants and desires in life.  Despite the love and care for one another, your desires and wants in life never run in sync with your love. No matter how hard you try and put your best effort to make it work…. the other person does not see your vision of how great the two of you are and how much more magnificent it could be. The only task at hand is to disconnect your heart from theirs.

Separation is painful. Pulling apart a heart that you believe is in sync with another is devastating. Going against what your heart desires is a daunting task. But sometimes to become a better you, to move on from where you are not wanted, to achieve your aspirations in life, dissociation is paramount to your inner soul.

It is not easy……Everyone who has been in love has had their share of heartache. I empathize Separation hurts like hell.


4 thoughts on “Why Separation Is So Painful!”

  1. “That is why separation is so painful; it is not so much two hearts separating, but one being torn asunder.” – Beautiful yet painful. But I believe in every heartache there is a lesson to learn and the chance to experience personal growth. As long as we keep the right mentality and stay from bitterness, everything will fall into place.

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