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Unfaithful Love

Too bad, it’s the unfaithful people who make our lives so sad… They change the way we used to live, they ruin our days with how much we give from love and care when they admit they are not staying in the place they destroyed.…

 Too bad when we know they knew they are unfaithful, towards us, but they kept on hiding the truth… To feel more satisfied about themselves, to feel they are taking revenge from  those who are hurting them, but by being unfaithful to those who truly loved them…. Taking revenge from the wrong people, maybe they can’t face who they should face….

Thinking about the reason that hides behind their act, I believe it’s the weakness and the lost, and more the insecurity in their lives that makes them not know what they want and who they want… It’s the weakness  that lets them allow others to turn their lives into hell, the same weakness that makes them turn to other honest people to turn it into hell by being unfaithful to those who are honest to them, they stick with those who are ruining their life and never harm them, maybe they love to be treated like that, maybe they are not strong enough to walk away from them…..

It’s so hard to know they are being unfaithful to you, though you feel that, but you lack evidence, the worst part is when they make it evident, when they admit they are unfaithful, when they admit that they were playing with your feelings so they can forget what the others are causing them to feel.. this is the moment that you feel like you’ve been a fool, because your doubts turn into facts…. . No matter how smart you are, you will be fooled by one way or another, you’ll be dead wrong if you think people don’t cheat if  you  never cheat, you will be absolutely wrong if you think that people are honest in their acts , in  their love the way you are.. people are different from you, you know yourself but you’ll never know what they think or are going to do for you…

Shut the doors, in the face of unfaithful people,  … No matter how hard they knock, never open up, never even look through the lens of the door, never regret them, they are not worthy to think for one moment about them… they will always lose, simply because they have  the ability to lie , to cheat, to hurt , without even regret the pain they cause, they will never learn from their mistakes, for one reason, they’ll always be unfaithful…. 

Sometimes, we feel someone is being unfaithful to us, but we keep on walking maybe to see where the road will lead us, maybe because we don’t want to believe that those who we truly love are being unfaithful to us.. We keep on walking though with every step we feel pain, but suddenly, we stop walking , we stop thinking , we stop talking, the moment we feel our heart broken, even if we were expecting  their betrayal, we feel as if the world end here,  and can’t breath again, the moment kills,  after we believed in them, we stop believing  that there is a faithful part in their unfaithful love..

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April 26, 2010 - Posted by | Canada, emotions, English, forgiveness, friendship, Hate, Letters, Life, Love, Memories, others, Past, silence, Speak, Thought, Trust, unfaithful, Violence, Words

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  1. I love your blog

    I have read this article and enjoyed it

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    • Thank you Gregory 🙂 I’m glad you love my blog 🙂

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  3. Jinan ~ I like this part the best, “to feel they are taking revenge from those who are hurting them, but by being unfaithful to those who truly loved them…. Taking revenge from the wrong people, maybe they can’t face who they should face.” You communicate feelings and emotions very well. I Love You Sister!

    Comment by Patty | April 27, 2010 | Reply

  4. Very insightful Jinan. To suspect and not know, then to know.
    Both experiences are equally heart wrenching. I loved that you point out that “staying” is a choice. All are learning experiences which some of us “get” sooner than others. I was one of those who kept going back for more. Glad I stepped off that roller coaster. I must have finally learned the lesson that those experiences were meant to teach me. Sometimes I wish that I didn’t have to be hit over the head with a board though. Ah well some of us learn faster than others. Love this Jinan and Love you too. Keep it up Sister. ~In LOVE and LIGHT~ Always Chandra

    Comment by Chandra Teslar | April 27, 2010 | Reply

  5. So wise beyond your years Jinan! With enough life experience to know about unfaithfulness now, this is very validating.

    I love the quote by Khalil Gibran from The Prophet, as well as the beautiful picture you chose for this posting, which every woman can relate to! And I echo the thoughts of Pemma, Yusuf and Gill ~ and leave you with another quote from Ann Onymous ~ “Count the garden by the flowers, never by the leaves that fall. Count your life with smiles and not the tears that roll.”

    As this is my first visit to your blog, I have bookmarked it to return later to read thru your archives! Continued success to you Jinan! Namaste~xXx~♥

    Comment by Dee | April 26, 2010 | Reply

  6. Jinan
    The following was written by your famous countryman. Much love and blessings to you. Pemma xXx

    Love has no other desire but to fulfill itself;
    But if you love and must needs have desires, let these be your desires:
    To melt and be like the running brook that sings its melody to the night;
    To know the pain of too much tenderness.
    To be wounded by your own understanding of love;
    And to bleed willingly and joyfully.
    To wake at dawn with a winged heart and give thanks for another day of loving;
    To rest at noon hour and meditate love’s ecstasy;
    To return home at eventide with gratitude;
    And then to sleep with a prayer for the beloved in your heart and a song of praise upon your lips.

    ~ Khalil Gibran

    Comment by Pemma | April 26, 2010 | Reply

  7. Hi Jinan,
    These words are very close to my heart.. and these experiences sometimes scar the heart and change us to a great degree. (i know it changed me at the time)

    After an experience like this, I realised that I very often began to say things to myself like, “If only I had..”
    But I needed to remember (as much as it hurts, i know)that going through that, was part of my destiny, part of my journey in this world, with a greater meaning or purpose that I could appreciate at the time or even long afterwards.

    But, I learnt that I should not let this hinder my relations with others that step into my life. If I allow that to happen, then I am none the better, because the new person/ people in my life are innocent yet I am punishing them anyways…

    YES, there are days more difficult than others…
    But with most days there’s renewed hope and an improved outlook and then it all seems within my capability of overcoming…

    This is a brilliant piece of writing Jinan -from me u get 5*****-
    You always know how to tug at the heart-strings…
    THANK YOU..
    Yusuf
    PS: (Thank You for the link Gill… )

    Comment by Yusuf Ginnah | April 26, 2010 | Reply

  8. Jinan,

    This is really heart rending…I know you say these are not your personal experiences…I hope that whoever is in your life is struggling with this right now can find some peace in their heart…

    Love you Jinan for your kind and thougthful heart…
    Much Love as always…Gill xXx

    Comment by Gill | April 26, 2010 | Reply


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