Every Ending Is A New Beginning – Anne

I am at a stage where half my friends have just settled into married lives and the rest are busy bride/groom hunting. A few exceptions include people who married early and have just begun enjoying motherhood. Therefore divorce hasn’t come visiting my immediate circle yet. That is until quite recently, when I heard about S. Although I had met a few divorced people, mostly it used to be some distant relative, some friend’s friend or a random colleague. This is the first time that MY friend ended up with a shattered marriage.

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2 Responses to Every Ending Is A New Beginning – Anne

  1. (E. D.) says:

    “Every ending is a new beginning.” Hopefully new beginnings reflect movement toward something better than what ended. So, I ask, “What are people looking for in their new beginning?” Is it to escape something bad or move toward something positive? Either? or Both? Here is my thought:
    the holy graile is not money, fame or even power – but trust. Trust is the commodity of exchange that builds community. People don’t attempt something because they no longer trust themselves or that community. The ultimate fallout of abuse, regardless of the context, is trust. Furthermore, abuse, regardless of the context, is misuse of power.

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