I do not believe in karma. Karma is only for those who are too weak to do something about their personal vendettas and in effect, they will just combine their faith with it, then hope for some marvel revenge. Thus, cursing someone with karma admits he is too weak to fight for himself.
In love, I learned that even if you’ll sacrifice everything and give anything, don’t expect your partner will do the same thing.
To let go of your own happiness just to see someone happy – that’s love.
The dilemma with love advice is that these opinions tend to just look about whose right and wrong, and overlooks other factors like consequences, relationship span, emotions and most importantly love. For example, a couple having a problem, her friends advised that she must let go, because she is right and he is wrong by simply judging based on the observed facts, on the contrary, they don’t know the true feelings of her, the consequences of breaking up, and primarily because they are not the one who will lose someone.
We have years of love, you destroyed it by one mistake, and you ruined us in a minute and torn me apart by one word.