Are the two words different?
In my opinion, Yes they have difference meaning
What’s the difference between “See You” and “Good Bye”
*in this case , ‘you’=somebody, situation, place, our past, moment and so on*
when I say “See You”, it means I wish someday I’ll see it again, get it back.This is not the last, it just separated temporary.The point is, There is Hope
When I say “Good Bye”, it means I’m ready to leave it and not expected to meet again or get it back. Essentially I’ve let it go out of my life forever >,<
Just another story….
For nearly year, I kept saying “See You” to a matter that should I say “Good Bye”
Still hopeful, still believe that miracle will come and courage to faced the impossiblelity.
But as time passes, I guess I was wrong >,<
I should have said “Good Bye” from the beginning, do not have to wait till it’s too late.
But that’s okay, all have done ^^
I believe that nothing is in vain if we did it well and whole-hearted
Now, it’s time to start properly
This is the right time to say “Good Bye”
Not easy , but I have to do it.
For the last time, I’ll shake the hand and say
“Thanx you for everything,all sweet and bitter memories, I have never regretted it all happend. But i kow it’s just a past, my past is not a place to stay in but to learn. A year is long anough to stop my pace and lost in the past.Just Seen everyone around me struggle to reach their hope and dream,not all of them succeed, but at least they are brave enough to face their life. and what about me? I just keep stay in my comfort zone, my past. Okay it’s the time for me to begin, leave my past, out of the comfort zone and reach my future and finally I cant say See you anymore, I must say Good Bye to you >,< “
*and then left in tears, but with a hope of finding better someday*
This is life, every one has to fight for his own life
You’ve made decision for your life…one of them is chosen to say “See You” or “Good Bye”
NB: I’ve never posting using English before, cause my english is so bad >.<
So, please understand if there are many wrong word or incorrect grammar