Loneliness Is Not Your Lot

Dear Someone,

This letter is for you, you that is sad, lonely and feeling not loved enough. You that’s not at peace in your heart because of how love makes you feel. You that’s depressed because of the bad memories from your past relationship that are flicking in your head like a film. You that’s lonely because the person you cared about has become a stranger. You that is lonely because you are living in a house with someone you used to love. You that’s having likes on social media but don’t feel loved in real life. You that can get comments on your posts but can’t get a friend to call you. You that have suffered a lot for love, had ups and down and have become a comfortable loner, this letter is for you.

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Stop Beating Yourself Up – You Are Enough

Dear Someone,

This letter is for you, you that is asking yourself what to do when there is nothing else left to do. You that have come to the end of the road and doesn’t know what to do yet can’t let go. You that the road before you seems so narrow and you can’t see any future ahead. This letter is for you, you that’s feeling like all the things that gave you hope are being snatched away. You that is feeling like all your thought processes are being proven as faulty and you feel all alone and helpless, this letter is for you.

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God’s Got You

Dear Someone,

If you are one of those who wakes up every day wishing that a smile will come to you naturally, this letter is for you. I don’t know what’s causing that heavy burden in your heart or why you feel so much tired, depressed, lonely, and unloved. I also don’t know why it seems to you like nothing is adding up but whatever it’s that is causing you to have these bad feelings, rest and know that God is not surprised at your situation. It may not feel like it right now but there is an expected end for you. God will not in any way fail you nor give you up nor leave you without support. Hold your faith in that situation today knowing that help is on the way for you (see Hebrews 13:5).

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