Don’t love a half lover – Khalil Gibran

Do not love half lovers

Do not entertain half friends

Do not indulge in works of the half talented

Do not live half a life

and do not die a half death

Do not accept half a solution

Do not believe half-truths

Do not dream half a dream

Do not Hang on a half hope

If you choose silence, then be silent

When you speak, do so until you are finished

Do not silence yourself to say something

And do not speak to be silent

If you were satisfied, express your gratitude.

Don’t fake half gratitude.

And if you are unsatisfied, express your disapproval.

Because half disapproval is actually an approval.

Half is a life you didn’t live.

It is a word you didn’t say.

A smile you postponed.

A love you couldn’t attain.

A friendship you didn’t know.

This half is what makes you strange even to the closest people around you.

And It is what makes the closest people, strangers to you.

The half is to reach and not to reach.

To work and not to work.

To leave and to arrive.

The half is you when you are not yourself… Because you didn’t know who you are.

The half is that you don’t know who you are.

And whom you love is not your other half.

It is you in another place at the same time.

Half a drink won’t quench your thirst.

Half a meal won’t satisfy your hunger.

Walking half of the road won’t get you anywhere.

Half of an idea won’t give you a result.

The half is your moment of weakness, but you are not weak!

Because you are not a half-human.

You are a human.

You were here to live a life, not to live a half-life!

Not including the fact that humanly proclaims to you

But what can not be shown

If you want to know do not listen to what was said, But to isn’t said

  • Khalil Gibran

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