For you, what is the difference between GOODBYE & LETTING GO?

February 27, 2010 9:37pm CST
There is a difference between GOODBYE and LETTING GO. GOODBYE means "I'll see you again when I am ready to to hold your hand and you are ready to hold mine." while.. LETTING GO means "I'll miss your hand. I realized it's not mine to hold. And I will never hold it again." T_T REALITY really HURTS.
4 responses
@JJ4Ever (4693)
• United States
1 Mar 10
This is so sad, but I've done it. Saying "goodbye" is just a passing phrase that you will say, and you will see your love or your friend again. Letting go is saying a forever goodbye. It's hard, but many times it has to be done because it is for the best. I had to let go of a few guys before I found the right one, but it was all worth it in the end!
@yresh12 (3212)
• Philippines
28 Feb 10
Goodbye It's means till we meet again.... Letting Go We were never meant to be... Just look at the brighter side and it will be much better... :)
@saphrina (31552)
• South Africa
28 Feb 10
I agree. It hurts when no one holds your hand anymore. Letting go is very hard. TATA.
@series6 (294)
• Philippines
28 Feb 10
Whoever has invented this, he's just making things complicated. But it's sometimes good to be able to really distinguished words/phrases, other than their spellings. I don't make a big deal with goodbye or letting go that much. I'll just directly say, I'll see you soon... or whatever he wants to say so as to avoid confusion.