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Love is our destiny

Love is composed of a single soul inhabiting two bodies, Aristotle.

Love is our true destiny. We do not find the meaning of life by ourselves alone ― we find it with another, Thomas Merton.

Love is a precious and delicate thing. Love is finding the rose amongst the thorns. Love makes life worthwhile, beautiful, and even magic. Love is as real as it gets, when so much else (mass media, social media, advertising, and propaganda) is fake. It is enjoying the simple things together, knowing there’s someone who will stand by your side, not matter what or when, and support you always.

And yet, broken relationships are on the rise, more and more people feel alone, unhappy, disconnected from others, and leading lives that are void of meaning and happiness. The big question is why. What are we doing so wrong?.

Love is patient and kind; love does not envy or boast; it is not arrogant or rude. It does not insist on getting its own way; it is not irritable or resentful; it does not rejoice at wrongdoing, but rejoices with the truth. Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things, 1 Corinthians 13:4-7.

When you start a relationship, you should consider what is behind your love:

  1. Is it what he/she has? My boy or girl has the most beautiful green eyes that I’ve ever seen, an awesome body, a curvy figure with big boobs, a fantastic car. She is sexy, attractive, and successful. He has a very good job, a highly demanded degree, a very good future ahead, and a ton of money.
  2. Is it what he/she does? My girl plays the guitar like no other does, he makes me laugh my head off, she is the queen of the disco when she dances, or my boyfriend is always the heart and soul of the party. My girlfriend always listens to me when I have a problem.
  3. Is it who he/she is? He or she is a good person, friendly, generous, intelligent, patient, sincere, kind, or sweet.

I would rather spend one lifetime with you, than face all the ages of this world alone, J. R. R. Tolkien

Normally, in any relationship, both partners are attracted to what the other has and does. This attraction is natural, logical, and it could be the prelude to a long, happy, and stable relationship. However, many couples stop here. They do not go much deeper. They are only attracted by what they can see and forget that the most important thing is in the heart, in the deepest feelings of respect, empathy, care, and love. The essential is invisible to the eye, one can only see clearly with the heart, the little Prince.

Love is shown in the loving care of a parent, in the tenderness of a mother, in the small details of everyday life that may go unnoticed by many, in a sweet smile, a kind word, in listening someone who needs to talk. You want someone to love the real you, who you really are, all that you are, the good, the bad, and the ugly - Not just a part of you, what you do or have right now.

Take me as I am or don’t take me at all

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