As I sit down to write this letter, a whirlwind of thoughts and emotions flood my mind. We have been through a lot together, both the highs and the lows, and I’ve had time to reflect on our journey. While it’s easy to dwell on what went wrong and to let bitterness and regret take root, today I choose a different path. Today, I choose forgiveness.
Forgiving you is not about excusing what happened between us or pretending that things were perfect. It’s about acknowledging that we are both flawed human beings who made mistakes. Holding onto anger and resentment only shackles me to a past that I can neither change nor relive.
I forgive you for the times you hurt me, for the moments where you fell short of my expectations, and for any pain or confusion you may have caused. I hope you can forgive me, too, for my own shortcomings, for the moments where I wasn’t the partner you needed me to be.
This forgiveness doesn’t mean that I’ve forgotten, nor does it necessarily mean that I wish to reignite our relationship. What it does mean is that I’m releasing both of us from the heavy chains of our past, allowing us room to grow, to heal, and to move on in whatever form that may take.
I hope this letter brings you a sense of closure and peace, as writing it has begun to do for me. We may not know what the future holds or if our paths will cross again, but I wish you all the best as you move forward in your journey.
Thank you for the lessons, the laughter, and even the tears. They have all shaped me into who I am today, and for that, I am grateful.
Wishing you happiness and peace,