Something’s Gotta Give…

Ladies, ladies, ladies…have you ever been like that after a breakup? I know God said there’s a time to mourn, a time to laugh and a time to cry….but the time to cry part of the scripture is on repeat right now. The scripture in my Bible seems to be reading more like a time to cry, and cry and cry…. surely I don’t have anymore tears left in these tear ducts of mine. I haven’t even been drinking that much water lately…so where can the water be coming from? I’m like a well that won’t run dry!

We have definitely all been there. Whether it was with a breakup or some other life altering situation.  When we’re in the middle of it there doesn’t seem to be a way out. The light that should be in the light at the end of the tunnel seems to be lost.

But I can attest to the fact that the light is eventually found. I haven’t gotten this far in life without a few heartbreaks and other disappointments under my belt. And fortunately, the tears were never cried in vain and I was always catapulted to the next level afterwards. Remember, sometimes the one thing that we  try to hold onto so tightly is possibly the one thing that God is trying to get us to release so he can move us higher. Whether it’s higher in your career, higher in your educational pursuits or maybe higher in peace or joy or simply reliance on Him.

So the next time you feel the pain will never end and you can’t seem to turn the water works off, realize its okay, there is a purpose and plan for those tears so just ensure you cry with a purpose. Don’t stay down, make sure you get back up.

Be Bold, Be You, Be Blessed!

~Forever Trina


  1. Shree said:

    Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines the word catapult as a device for launching an airplane at flying speed. So…as I read your post I interpreted your use of the word as you being transposed to a state of clarity and relief! It’s all very true. Things can get so perplexing and don’t make a bit of sense at times. I recall a pastor years ago saying just cry it out and pray to the Lord in faith and not in pity. God always prevail. This is why the spriture reads: “weeping may endure for a night, but joy comes in the morning.” Psalm 30. Hallelujah! Thanks – this post, as they all is on time and on key! #xoxo

    March 18, 2016
    • ForeverTrina said:

      So, so, so true! Awesome reflection and revelation! Thanks Mema 😘

      March 18, 2016

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