I Found my Heart In Santa Fe
"Sometimes it takes a heartbreak to shake us awake & help us see we are worth so much more than we're settling for."
Yes! I honestly agree with what Mandy Hale has said in her book and to complement with what Roxanne Barcelo has said in the movie press con at SM City Cebu last Sept 10, 2017, each woman is worth waiting for. A scene in the movie where Jennifer rises up from the crystal blue water of Santa Fe is a metaphor of washing up herself with her past and getting ready for her new life and love.
Thus, reminded me of a book by Mandy Hale that says," And stop looking for the WHY and start looking for the GOOD in goodbye…cause it’s there. When things end with no warning and leave you feeling as though your world has been flipped upside down…there is something greater at work. The exit of that person, thing, or dream was a boarding pass to somewhere new…somewhere better…somewhere you NEED to be that you weren’t going to get to without losing some of the baggage. Realize that if a door closed, it’s because what was behind it wasn’t meant for you. Thank God that He meddled before you settled."
Love is what everybody needs! It is an essential factor for all persons to survive and live. Moreover, loving yourself is equally significant for you to be able to reciprocate the love of the people around you and for you to be able to give love to the people you want to love too.
Loving, getting hurt and loving again is such a relatable cycle of life. We all pass through that cycle but each of us has a different response to each of our experiences.
|The casts of I found my heart in Santa Fe with director Bona Fajardo|