Love doesn't keep a record of wrong
June 27, 2011 11:25am CST
I've read an articles earlier today and this line kind of touched me. I realize it's true. If you really love someone you will keep track only of the good things he/she has done to you. And we can only find our happiness when we are grateful enough to realize how lucky we are if we have someone who will accept us for who we are. Kinda inspiring, right?
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28 Jun 11
I believe in this... to a point. My boyfriend has pulled a lot of... stupid... things in our time together. It hurts and it'll continue to hurt and we are still together. Now as an example, you may REAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALLY love someone.... but are you going to forget if they hurt you.... hit you, steal and lie and rape you? How about once? What about multiple times? I really loved my ex-boyfriend, but after about the 5th time he hit me... I finally decided that he had to go. It wasn't enough for me to love him and forgive him. He had to be able to control his actions and love me in return.
28 Jun 11
Hi! I always go about that line, "Love doesn't keep a record of wrongs" over and over again whenever I remember what my boyfriend did to me. We are in good terms now. but sometimes it all comes back and I feel angry all over again. Then I recite that line and it helped me go over what he did to me that were sweet and deserved to be recalled. Then I called him and said that I missed him and he doesn't know what happened to me..:)
28 Jun 11
Yes, it is so inspiring to know that there is someone loving you for what you are and who you are. Love really keeps no record of wrongs. Love lets the past die. Love wants to wipe the slate clean and start all over again. What is important to love is that it is possible to make a new beginning. Love prefers to tuck all the loose ends of past wrongs in the bosom of forgiveness and pushes us into a new start. It is the power to forgive and to be reconciled. :)