You must develop a sense of gratitude for all that you have. Unrequited love sucks. We have all been there. But if that is the biggest problem in your life, then you should be on your knees daily fervently praying to God for the bounty and abundance in your life -- and praying for forgiveness for your self-pity.Mayhem said:I'm sorry,
Age old, It is about one unrequited love and I don't know what more to say. I'm trying hard to move on after letting her go but time is merciless.
Then I have a tendency to interconnect my prayers and make it more difficult on myself.
There are people with diseases, missing limbs, in extreme poverty, and with lost loved ones (just to name a few absolutely horrendous circumstances) who would love to be in your shoes. Gratitude is the ONLY correct mental attitude that can put everything else in perspective.
Especially in the midst of such trying times when the entire world is going through a horrible pandemic and terrible economic turmoil, you should ask: Am I evolving in compassion, patience, and generosity -- and thanking God daily for His many blessings on my behalf?