While it is almost impossible for people to believe that it takes hardly any courage to Love, what remains true is that in comparison with the courage it takes to be loved, it takes almost negligible strength/courage to love. . . .
Love is like water. The more you try conditioning it and keeping it within your palm, the tougher it is to hold it. Love is like the sea. Let it be, let it roar when there’s a storm, let it shelter the fish, let is support a life system as a whole. The sea gives more life than a bottle of water on your table does.
It is so easy to be engrossed in your own selves, so much that others don’t seem to exist. It takes courage to believe that others do. It is so easy to believe that the whole world is against you, and you have to fight a battle alone against the world. It is just so much harder to believe that the world is actually with you, and your battle is against issues that crop up within, not outside. . .
When you say your love is selfless, rethink what you’re saying.
You could be ready to fight a million armies for one person, but what really makes you selfless is your ability to distinguish between your allies and your foes. When you’re battling against the world showing someone how much you love them, you’re hurting those who are close to you. If they still stand by you, it is not because you are selfless, it is because they are accommodating.
My neighbour says that any two rational, Normal Human Beings, if wed, will fall in love eventually. My father says it isn’t true, what if the significant other has a flaw one just can’t stand? Therefore, I said, rational, normal human beings.
Love is Mercy. If you can forgive someone for their flaws and embrace them with it, what more could you want from love?
It is so easy to confine yourself to a bubble you think is your world. So much harder to accept that this bubble can pop any second. The world is so much more than your bubble. Your world is so much more than that. . .
No one person can mean the world to you. . . It is just a comfortable thought.
Making ‘your world’ happy is easy. Making those who make ‘your world’ happen is tough. Life’s about sharing your happiness and love.
To attain a state of mental sanctity. . . to be able to distinguish between love and all that pretends to be love is what is the challenge. To have the strength to believe that people do care, people care much more than what you can see. To have the courage to call for peace instead of getting ready for battle.
After all, to love is to live.
Selfless love now prevails. . .