Would You Rather Love and Lost, or Never Have Loved at All?

There’s nothing that compares to losing a loved one. If you were to lose a job, you could easily find a new one, and Life-saving can be replaced.

Some say it’s better to have loved and lost than to never have lost at all. If losing someone is so difficult, then is there a point in bringing them into your life only to get hurt when they leave?

If you don’t allow anyone to come into your life for fear of being hurt, then your life will be hollow and void. With little or no love, or anyone to look forward to, then life would be empty. Even though we get hurt when we lose someone, the joy they bring into our lives outweighs the pain of losing them.

‘Is it better to have tried and failed than to have never tried at all?’ is a concept I thought of when I started my blog. What if it fails, what if people find out who I am, what if it stops me from getting a job. The ‘what ifs’ were limitless. If I stayed on the safe path, I would have never started walking. If as a baby I thought what if I fall over when learning to walk, I likely would still have been crawling!

The fear of failing is worse than failing itself, especially if it stops you from trying in the first place.

In the worst-case scenario, you fail, but you still gain experience. Many learn from their mistakes and become better. The choice is yours, live in regret for the rest of your life or sacrifice now for a better future.

Either try it today or regret it for the rest of your life.

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