Love Is Amazing: You can’t blame Gravity for falling in Love!

Love is amazing. Of all the emotions we can ever feel this is the one that leaves us in awe and speechless. Think to yourself for a minute.

It is clear that at one point or another you have come across the word or even experienced it.

All relationships need a good dose of affection in order to function well.

How then do you know that it is there? To understand the full meaning of the word, because it has been grossly misunderstood over the years you can read this verse from the Bible:

Love is patient and kind; love is not jealous or boastful; it is not arrogant or rude. Love does not insist on its own way; it is not irritable or resentful; it does not rejoice at wrong; but rejoices in the right. Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things.
Often we take people for granted. We always want more or expect more. Do you feel butterflies in your tummy when you see him/her? Are there any sparks when you touch?

We always search high and low for that most amazing feeling and sometimes if you do not feel butterflies in your tummy for one day, you conclude that it is not there. Occasionally you might feel those things, but if you don"t feel that for a day does it mean that you are doomed and are not soul-mates?

Do you throw away a lifetime of wonderful times because occasionally it just was not there for you? We have been influenced so much by what we see on movies that in the end, we question our own feelings and Relationships.

We start thinking of how it was all amazing and magical in that movie and wonder how that never happens to us. The funny thing is that it does, but often we do not notice. Most of the views we see in movies are idealised. Just another Cinderella story. We expect the happily ever after but not the joys and tribulations of it all. It is never easy. Remember most movies are an imagination of what life is and what it could be.

Do you break up just because he did not offer you the last bite of his meal? It takes up more than the last bite to make any relationship work. It requires that you work hard...., work you might ask. But I am not talking about some dreaded obligation that you have to fulfil I am just talking about input from both parties.

What if they do not reciprocate the feeling? Nobody wants to be miserable and lonely and in the end, we would rather lie to ourselves than face the truth. In the end, people fall for the illusion and end up hurting themselves.

Love Is Amazing: You can’t blame Gravity for falling in Love! Love Is Amazing: You can’t blame Gravity for falling in Love! Reviewed by Chai With Sutta on May 07, 2019 Rating: 5
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