Why do you exist?
What's the point of you?
Are you so self absorbed you don't even see how much you are hurting those who love you the most?
Is your existence solely based on what you want?
What is your life worth, everyone else's happiness?
How do you sleep at night knowing that those who love you most, could be gone forever any minute. And you were too busy to even show your love for her/him. What would that do to you? How does this make you feel?
When you see the person you fell in love with, ask yourself, am I still in love with her/him? If not or if yes, why?
Do you want to spend the rest of your life living in a life where those around you disappear simply because they feel like they aren't loved by you. And slowly but surely all you have worked for all you have based all, and I mean all, your time on is nothing in comparison to the pain you will feel when you lose the one you hold most dear.
What does this mean to you?
Who are you? What are you? Better yet, what does others see in you? Who does she/he see in you? Why do they love a self absorbed distant person such as yourself?
Why would they stick through all the pain of being rejected time and time again. Love is powerful. But it doesn't prevent agony or misery. Most cases Love is the reason those even exist. What prevents the agony or misery is the effort put into Love, the understanding of another's Love. The action of Love itself is a powerful weapon indeed. It either leads to happiness on the highest peak, or it leads to destruction on the lowest platform. Which do you prefer? Is their Love important to you? Then why don't you show it?
If you never saw him/her again in your life, would it matter to you? Why?
Is your life what you want it to be? Goals, I understand they are good, even great, to have. But when they interfere with something such as the love of someone dear. Is it worth it?
Is losing the immortal Love of someone you hold dear to you worth the mortal success the world has to offer?
Finding yourself is something as simple as Calculus. In short, it's not simple. Because we are constantly changing, we ebb and flow with the changes around us. Its natural to adapt to your surroundings to become closed off to new things. Therefore the person you once were becomes a distant memory, that some people identify as losing themselves. It is not the loss of ones self. It is the beginning of the person you have become. Finding yourself is a paradox in its self, similar to circular reasoning. Meaning to define finding ones self is quite impossible, we are beings, we are constantly evolving into who we become each day.
Each day you are a new person, common phrase : New day, Fresh start, Clean slate.
Don't spend today fretting over what has been done, note the past tense, or what is to come. Spend today being thankful for what you have and how fortunate you are to still have it.
You are a lost soul searching for something to fulfill you, yet you push away those who are the ones that would be there for eternity for you. Once you actually realize what you have done, most cases, it will be too late.
Regret follows, then self destruction. Don't be a victim of yourself. Be your own redemption. Don't allow your self to control you. Control yourself.
A life without Love is unbearable. It's not living. Save those who Love you from the pain, and show them the Love you know they deserve.
Time is of the essence, you will not get it back. It will laugh in your face as it passes you by, each minute, hour, day. Time is your enemy, once its gone, it never comes back.
What do you have to show for it? A good paying job, a comfortable life style? Although, those are great and success is a great goal. But spending the rest of your life alone with such success is not success at all. It is the epitome of success. It is the moment in life when you feel what is your worth.
"Am I not worthy of someone's Love?"
"Am I not able to bring someone happiness?"
Those questions are not in vain, they are merely you now, all over again trying to "find yourself." Does this ring a bell? Like I said before trying to find ones self is a Paradox, Similar to circular reasoning.
Why do you exist?