Some advice from The Little Book of love by Joules Taylor
Sometimes, no matter how hard you’ve worked at a relationship, or how much you want it to continue, the other person is no longer in love with you and wants to be set free. You could fight for them to stay, of course, but its wiser kinder, and ultimately healthier, to let them go.
However, this is often easier said than done, especially if you still love him/her. To make things a little less difficult, find a piece of amazonite or sodalite ( or both), and keep them with you through the difficult times. They are both “feel good” stones, comforting to handle and attractive to look at; their colors are soothing and they may help you feel a little more optimistic about life in general.
It’s important, in such a situation, that you don’t lose your sense of your own worth. This relationship may not have been successful, but there’s no reason why the next one should go the same way, especially if you can learn from your mistakes. Keep the stone(s) with you to remind you that things aren’t as gloomy as they might appear.
I like to think of myself as a rational person. Yes, I have emotions that muddle my choices, and I make mistakes on logic problems just like anyone else. But when I have big decisions to make in my life, I’d like to believe that I go with the facts. But the real test of my patience comes when I fail in the quest to pursue my dream. The only question that haunts me at that time and prevents me to take the next step is whether or not should I continue to pursue my dream.
According to your faith it will be done for you. (Matthew 9:29, paraphrased)
Faith is never quiet. Faith has a voice. It speaks and makes bold declarations. When you are fully devoted to the faith that whatever may happen, what I want will happen, then Impossible is…