We need to remember


As you grow up, the number of friends doesn't matter. What matter is the number of true friends that you have.

When we suffer a loss, a break up, a painful change in our lives, we need to remember to take all the time we need to heal emotionally. Moving forward and getting back on track with our lives doesn't take a day. It takes a lot of small steps to allow us to break free from our broken self and move on. ~Unknown


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  1. Gale White

    September 25, 2014

    Very good advice and I agree it takes time to heal from being hurt 🌼

  2. Jayesh Thakkar

    September 25, 2014

    You right Jen only true friends are the everlasting friends and healing is a time taking process. Good morning and have a good day Jen.

  3. Jesse H

    September 25, 2014

    Life can be very painfull but time heals.


    September 25, 2014

    Very nice one Jen. To have a true friend or to expect to have a real good friend depends on how good & helpful we are to them. Excellent picture too!

  5. Octomus Prime

    September 25, 2014

    it is all about at our wit''s end

  6. Jang Won Soon

    September 25, 2014

    Autumn raining is very nice. It make me placid! Thanks!!!

  7. Carlos Bation

    September 25, 2014

    Hi jenh tama nabibilang ..hi good evening


    September 25, 2014

    Good Evening My Friend

  9. al thealchemist

    September 25, 2014

    When we suffer a loss a small part of us connected to the said loss dies within. This paves the way for a genesis within thine self. It provides us the opportunity to birth a new part of thy self in its place. Take hold of this unique opportunity life provides and utilize it with confidence, wisdom,and faith. Love and light be well

  10. Dr. Hitendra Jani

    September 26, 2014

    Nice one……………Good Morning…………..

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