Male Escort Melbourne, 3 January 2020
“Don’t cry because it’s over – Smile because it happened.”
This is a well known saying, quoted by Dr Seuss (Theodor Seuss Geisel), author and illustrator of children’s books including ‘The Cat in the Hat.’
And it is so true.
Life is an ever replenishing cycle – of events, wonder, creation, birth, death, life, love, and love lost.
Though I don’t think love is ever really lost, not really.
It evolves, it changes. Just as the seasons change, as we all evolve, so our thoughts, feelings, beliefs, and everything about us changes and evolves. Nature is beautiful, and we are all a part of it.
One thing that is very important to me, is cherishing everything that is good, everything that makes you happy. And cherishing lovers that you’ve been with, and the times you’ve shared, even if you’re not together anymore.
Call me an optimist, but I just love cherishing all the wonderful times, and wonderful people.
I’ve had so many people come into my life, and I cherish every moment I’ve had, and especially moments with people that are special to me.
I was talking with a dear friend and client just the other day, and our conversation inspired me to write this blog.
She was telling me how she had been married for quite a number of years, and had a great relationship, full of so many happy memories.
And now her and her ex-husband aren’t together, but she cherishes those memories, and those times, and everything about it.
Why cry at love lost, when you can smile at love that happened?
Some people are lucky enough to find their forever love of their life, and live happily ever after.
A lot of people don’t find the Forever love of their life, but you can still be happy, and live just as happily ever after!!!
Some people prefer being single, that’s great too! There is no one way that you’re ‘supposed to be.’ Everyone is different, and it’s about embracing who You are!
I think too many people, after a relationship changes, or ends, think that because the relationship ended, it mustn’t have been worthwhile. Or even that it mustn’t have been real – that their lover mustn’t have really loved them.
Of course I see many different women, who have had all different kinds of relationships, in the present and in the past. And unfortunately a lot of them have not been good relationships.
But for the ones that were good, we must learn to cherish the good times.
“Just because something doesn’t last forever, doesn’t mean it wasn’t meaningful while it did last.”
– Candace Bushnell
Doing what I do, with my mission of being a male companion for women, and always striving to bring out the best in women, and making them feel special, I’ve had the pleasure of meeting a lot of wonderful people.
I have a fair few clients that I see regularly, and have for years; and will continue to. And I have others that see me for a few months, and then their life changes, or their feeling of what they want or are looking for changes, and they decide not to see me any longer.
I get a lot of warmth in my heart; when I read an email or message from someone who has been seeing me for some time, and then stopped seeing me… Writing to me a few months, or even years afterwards, and saying what a great time of their life it was, however short or long, that we spent as lovers.
It makes me smile.
I smile a lot, and why not? There is so much to be happy for.
If you are reading this, and you’ve been in a relationship that was really good for a long time, and then for whatever reason it has ended…
I don’t want you to feel sad. I don’t want you to feel unworthy. And I don’t want you to ever feel that you are unloved, or not worthy of love.
I want you to smile, because it happened.
I want you to smile, because the world is full of love, compassion, hope, desires… And it’s a complex and mysterious enigmatic journey; this journey of life that we are on.
Full of excitement, opportunity, and unpredictability.
You never know what’s around the corner.
And whatever it is, and whatever tomorrow brings, know that you are a unique individual, who is lovable, and deserves kindness, respect, and to feel special.
And whether you’ve had a long relationship, or a short series of intimate encounters – Whatever you’ve had.. Don’t cry because it’s over – but rather Smile because it happened.
One thought on ““Don’t cry because it’s over – Smile because it happened””
I am smiling now, but only because I have met a kind gentle soul who has helped me achieve that.
Thank you Leo, for bringing the laughter and kindness back into my life. 🙏😘
Not all men are created equal. I am not looking backwards now, only forward.
You have helped me see that life can be good again and worth living.