by Scatterbrain (that's me!)
A heart that is broken can be mended. The process would be painful. The pieces may become whole again but it will never be the same.
A trust that is broken can be regained, but not completely. There will always be caution since mistakes create lessons.
If we get hurt, we reach a threshold of pain then we become numb. When we cry, we reach a threshold of sorrow, then no more tears are left to fall.
If loving means getting hurt, why do we love? Is it worth it?
If one person is asking for forgiveness, will it be worth giving that person another chance?
"Is a fool on the throne relieved of responsibility merely because he is a fool?"
~The Unbearable Lightness of Being, MIlan Kundera, page 177