You know who you are, and I’m sorry for posting this letter here. But I said once: “When our reasons fail us, and when our hearts confuse us. Let us altogether read this so we will be reminded of how our great story begun.”
It was one ordinary day when, for the first time, I met you when I responded to the call of the instinct – to say “hi” to a stranger which I seldom do. By then, I never knew that the journey that we took together would bring us this far – giving us with so much joy and pouring us with so much blessings.
When I lay down the blueprint of my future, you were not there because I never had any single idea of who you are; but when fate unwrapped its surprises it revealed on how we co-existed in the past, walking on the same cycle of life – only, not knowing that we both were there.
I am the foremost believer of my wisdom, but in you I asked the guidance of Him that created all things. It was not the wisdom of my head that sought you first, but the humble bending knee, asking Him to let me hear the music of the orchestra of things if He really meant us to be.
Then piece by piece He removed the walls that separated us, and showed how fate brought us to the crossroads of our lives just at the right time – never too early, not too late; in the most unexpected way, during the most unexpected moment.
Casting aside destiny, we would never understand how our lives were interconnected long before our shadows met — how I lived by the people of your past, so I may understand your present, and that I may know how to love and take care of you as my precious treasure in the future.
It’s beyond our understanding how our words synchronize before we could even utter them, how our actions complemented before we even do them; muchmore, how our plans come together long before we met.