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"Enormous intense personal efforts, time and energy are invested into building any meaningful true friendship, relationship, or acquaintanceship with anyone.
So, when a partner breaks away from you, you naturally feel a strong sense of sadness and betrayal. You very much wish for that partner of yours to return into your own reassuring comforting arms.
Of course, not everybody tends to feel this way. Some people may actually feel relieved when such a breakup happens. Such people may just have a freeing feeling - Thank God! You have removed that thankless partner from my life.
But, what if that partner realises their mistake and comes back to you?
Look, to err is human and to forgive divine. So, it always is better to forget old petty acrimonious behaviour of your partner and accept that person back into your life.
Look, no one is perfect in this world. Everyone have their own quotas of mistakes to make. Even you might have made some mistakes somewhere here and there while dealing with that partner, earlier. Moreover, starting new associations means again spending your invaluable personal resources and that amounts to inefficient use of your precious personal resources.
Therefore, give that person a chance to make amends. Chances are that partner shall take absolute care to not let unacceptable friction again spoil things between both of you two. And so your life shall again begin experiencing same joy, same caring and sharing, same happiness, and same intimate inseparable bonding between both of you two that you two had prior to your break up.
Yeah! If break up happens again, it is time to say permanent goodbye to that partner. It is so because your partner has proved unworthy of your forgiveness, faith and trust. Look, Life doesn't give a second chance."
-Dr. Swaamee Aprtemaanandaa Jee
(The writer is a Scientific Healer, yoga-Practitioner, Research Scientist, Gynecologist, Epidemiologist, citizen-Economist, and well known for informative analytical pieces on Healing, Spirituality, Yoga, Fitness, Health, Medicine, Ayurveda, Science, Economics, and Politics)
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*(योग विशेषज्ञ, योगाचार्य, योगामास्टर)*