Breaking Someone’s Trust is a Sin!
Nothing hurts more than being betrayed by the person we love the most. This is so ironically true, and it’s been happening in a lot of cases recently. Betrayal doesn’t always mean of committing adultery after marriage or having another affair during a relationship; being disloyal, false-hearted, inconstant, and breaking someone’s trust are also few amongst. Matter-of-factly, it is too rare to find someone who’s completely willing to dedicate themselves to you. If you find one, keep them. You might get attracted to them, obviously. But before you express your feelings for them, make sure if you are stable enough to handle it till the end. A true relationship is a not a one person’s journey. It must have two strong hearts to fight for each other. If you cannot make it successful, don’t even let the person know that you’re interested in them. Don’t leave them wandering alone in the end with the reason of your family, caste, or finding someone better. Remember the assurance that you gave them initially. Only with that hope you gave the other person would have proceeded. Whatever you give thoughts to while breaking up, I wish you have it at first place before giving the pledge of undertaking that serious commitment. Moving on might be easy from one side, but it won’t be the same for the other person. They would have felt you from heart, physically and emotionally. What could be the even more ugliest sin than breaking someone’s trust and just heading away with your own life? Relationship must be a forever agreement; it’s not a let’s-just-try competition to simply be in it and leave when you know it’s hard to win. Think again and again and again if you really want to be in that relationship and then get into it. Think if you have the capability to fight with your family.
A commitment is not as easy as we think it is. It’s a worthwhile feeling with that one person. Be wise while you choose. If not, stay away. The foundation of the trust you built at first shouldn’t vanish halfway. When you leave your so-called relationship apart, you are causing a great misery to the person who trusted you since the day you wanted them.
Days move ahead, but the soul you cheated on would experience a lifetime injury. They cannot love someone else the way they loved you. After being wounded by the wrong person for the right way of loving, even true love would sound suspicious to them later. The bruises remain. They start missing themselves at one point. Be clear-sighted in cases like these. There are high chances it would make you a better human. Loving someone somewhere by making someone cry isn’t where your life gains a meaning. Understand and act real.
To someone who has gone/is going through this pain:
It’s truly not okay. But still, leave it right there. Build back and fight for your real needs. They simply don’t deserve even a piece of you as your best days are so near. So it’s okay. Move on, but go on.
© Yashica Priya