I haven’t see any reason for you to let go of your friendship in spite of your bitter past. Your friendship is the only one left, so why would you choose to let go? There’s nothing wrong if you wonder unless you are still hoping that you will still involved with him. There’s also nothing wrong if you still care to the person that once you loved with. It is only when you expect something in return that you may hurt again. Be glad that someone found his refuge, let this be the time to show him that you still care for him and his happiness is also your happiness. Remember if it is unselfish love that you will give, it is unselfish love that you will get. This is the only road for a new and very good relationship with someone. If it is not, be thankful just the same because you have just given the chance to show him that you have loved and been hurt but you have forgiven and love again.
Sometimes we love so much but we failed to realized that we are already choking our relationship. We never own a person we love, we just have to loved them and give them the freedom and space to make choices in their lives. All we have to do is let them know that when they fall, we are always there to comfort them and catch them. When we fail in our relationships, we asks ourselves… What happen? What went wrong? There are times when there was nothing wrong. Sometimes love just naturally fades away and this happens for people who are simply not meant for each other. We knew that sometimes its difficult to understand why things went wrong and we never expect things to happen. But we could not do away from things that meant to happen. People we treasure are taken away from us for a reason. Sometimes we have to stop asking why and just accept our fate. We should stop being bitter and just be thankful that for once we have loved and shared our lives who would made beautiful memories with together. For accepting this fact would give us the courage to move on and make us realize that when God takes away something from us, he doesn’t mean to hurt us. He takes it away because he want us to have something better.