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Third chances.

Third chances, all of us have experienced that thing being asked from us by an ex-lover, an ex-friend and or all those kinds of exes. It is where a certain person have messed with you two times but still has the courage to mess with you again for the nth time like they having nothing to do with all those heartaches you’ve been through. So much feels, I must say.

It is never wrong to commit mistakes accidentally. That’s where the second chance is for. Problem is, never have I ever heard of third chances. In my opinion, it is a just a more moral way of saying “I hurt you twice and I feel like hurting you again.” There’s so many things in the world that needs changing and one thing is letting unworthy people go. We’re young. We’re supposed to get to know someone who actually has time for us, that person whom we know we can talk to until we’re 75 and dying. How can we have those meaningful midnight conversations, butterflies curling up in our stomachs and swooning warm hugs and forehead kisses if we couldn’t let go of that someone who’s keeping us back from true happiness?

I admit I am not perfect nor am I close to one. But I know I never messed with anyone I truly treasure. I never left a certain person whom I’ve been with for years just for someone else’s company, I never lied to someone I know who values honesty and never have I ever did wrong to someone a whole lot of times. The thing that keeps stopping me from hurting someone’s feeling is not wanting to make someone significant in my life think that he/she’s nothing. Simple as that.

In conclusion, we must learn to not give third chances. If a person really cares and loves you, he/she would never let a single tear come off your eyes. No excuses. No lies.

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