Old Friends Who Turned Into Strangers
One of the beauties of life is that you never know who you will run into again. There are so many avenues and paths for people to take, that it almost feels impossible to reunite with old friends who have left your life a long time ago. But little do you know that life sometimes brings back people from the past.
We all must know a friend or two from our past, who somewhere along the way, turned into a stranger who we no longer recognized. Sometimes that is normal. The personality of a person does not remain constant at all times; life helps mold a person and reshape him or her for the new circumstances that present into their life.
Just because an old friend becomes a stranger does not mean that you have to do the same. Do not attempt to get back at a person; it is a waste of energy and time. Allow people to act as they wish; if they make a change which you don’t like, then move on with your life but on friendly terms.
Sometimes people go through changes and end up returning back to their true self. This is when old friends potentially return back into your life after many years of no interaction with them. And little did you know that after meeting them again after many years of no communication, you would still have so much chemistry and things in common!
This is why you must not close yourself off to old friends who are no longer in your life. Do not burn bridges that can still be crossed in the future! Everyone has the free will to experiment with different beliefs, ways of being and experimental routes in life.
But by keeping your door wide open, you welcome old friends back into your life. And this is a very good feeling when you realize that they have not changed much after all. It’s as if they never have left your life in the first place!
The lesson learned here is the importance of not becoming bitter, stubborn and attempting to get back at an old friend. Old friends who reemerge into your present life have the potential for becoming lifelong companions!
Are you Ready? (This is Defeating Stigma Mindfully)