Project Zero


If the people around you say move on, would you… if there is something in you that says hold on? Is it a question of who and what to trust? Or is it a case of why and when to trust people’s opinions other than yours? Will it make any difference if for once, you hear what others are saying and stop giving yourself an indifferent excuse? Maybe it’s about time. It’s been months. Or has it been years? Maybe it’s time. To do something different for some different longing. As they say it, stop doing the same thing over and over if you want a different result.

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14 thoughts on “Project Zero

  1. it’s true that sometimes we tend to hold on to something we want..but if something you’re holding on to will not be good for you, you have to let go…because in the end, you will realize that it was the best decision you can do..

  2. “If the people around you say move on, would you… if there is something in you that says hold on?”

    I Probably would not! I’m stubborn that way. That is until it already hurt too much that I have no other choice but to let go. I’ve learned to listen to other’s opinion, weight them, but then trust myself to know what the answer is. Of course it isn’t always easy. But you know yourself better than anyone else and you know your own strength. Three years ago, I never thought I’d be able to move on. Friends probably have exhausted themselves with words of advice. I am grateful to them. But also, I don’t regret trying to hold on, and finally accepting that it’s time to burn bridges. 🙂

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