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Depends on how strong u want it to come back :-)
Ooh... this is what happens when I have lots of time... philosophy :)To let go of something it has to complete its life cycle within your cycle (that's yet incomplete). But when you "lose" something, it means its plucked out of your cycle before it could complete its cycle. Now a simple permutation and combination happens. If you heal from the pluck, you can never accept that half circle back, simply because there's no space for a half circle anymore. Only unborn budding circles are welcome... to grow full circles from start. If on the other hand, you are not healed, then you would await a very rare chance of finding a precise half circle that you can fit back. Even if it did come by, there will be tensions and growing compatibility. Just because it fits does not mean it will complete its circle smoothly :)As expected, an obvious observation of my circle theory is that its harder to heal a complete circle than than a half circle. So if the circle was complete and plucked away, its gonna be much harder to heal than a half circle. But in the longer run its still better to get healed and accept a new circle. Because even if the same half circle comes back, it wouldn't fit, because it has grown outside you. The only exception is if you are healed, and the half circle that has left you completed its circle without you, and both of you now are receptive to a new circle from start :)So as Jo summarized... I agree.. "Not necessarily.." :P
Good one Sony... I totally agree... Although must say that the healing time could vary considerably.. :-)
It may or maynot come back, but a rela love should never shrunk even if it is lost! Thats True love... Love has thought me this lesson
ur friend sony.. has just written my mind out... i wud agree with him when he says "But in the longer run its still better to get healed and accept a new circle. Because even if the same half circle comes back, it wouldn't fit, because it has grown outside you".... It wud not necessarily mean the same
Thanks for all the comments guys...My take is -- Its too difficult to let go of someone you loved truly. But once lost, I think one shud move on. There should be no looking back. Its not worth the effort!.. not a bit!
I wouldn't say there shuld be NO looking back... Once u've moved on completely a retrospect is always very fruitful.. And the "Not worth the effort!.. not a bit" part is just the pain talking... :-)