You can be important to someone but not all the time!!
“It’s really important to have those people in your life who push you to be better, different.”A famous quote by a famous author.
But then why do people say that you cannot be important to someone all the time? Why distance and time drift us away from people?
Well the answer is simple.
We find new people in our journey of life and in the race and fight for a good job, a good partner and ofcourse a good life somewhere the people who were once a big part of our life become restricted only to pictures and social media.
But the question arises – Does this means that we are no longer important to those people or vice versa.
In my opinion, it is not so.If we truely care for someone and once if they were a major part of our life then somewhere in our heart we still have a special place for them.
We do change our priority list
We do change our “MAINS”
The meaning of Friendship and Relationship changes from time to time but that’s what life is all about.
We cannot stuck unto the same place with same number of people all the time .
One thing every single person should keep in mind is that hopes and expectations lead to sadness and so we should not keep any expectations from anyone and just try to be the real YOU.
If you find that you aren’t as important to someone as the other person is we should never try to be a part of their life or beg just to stay in their life.
There is no one in this whole world who can affect your living so much. It depends on us as how much importance we give to ourselves and how much time we devote in making ourselves better.No one can stop us from achieving our goal.
Yes heartbreaks , sadness and broken trust are a part of life but then these give us the important lessons of our life.But that doesn’t mean that every person is same.Not every single person you meet in life is same . Real friends and partners do remember you all the time no matter how busy they are or how much time they give to you because time and distance can never separate us from our loved ones and that’s the answer to the questions asked in the beginning of the blog.