Love: What makes Life Happen!

Love” a beautiful four lettered word…
Astounding in pronunciation and amazing in feeling, Love is a very important yet maybe unnecessary part of teenage life….
You wanna know what I think?
I feel as in today’s world; Love is no longer meaningful. It is just symbolised with lust and temporary affection.
We all know – “True love is unconditional.”
But think about it and tell me honestly, Who cares about unconditional?
We think,” If I love her, She should love me back.”
And one day when the girl/boy leaves you, you’ll say,” I loved her truly… But she didn’t love me back…. It’s better I forget about her…”
But just tell me:
If Your love would have been true, would you ever leave her, would you lose hope (even if she left you)?
Cause THAT is the true meaning of ‘unconditional love.’
It means:
* Hoping against all odds.
* Never asking anything in return.
* Loving silently and calmly.
But the fact is, all this requires a very mature, calm and balanced mind.
And a teenage isn’t expected (and maybe couldn’t ) to have such a mind.


That's LOVE..

I tell you all this because, yes, I know what what Love is… I Love Someone truly from my heart…
I wouldn’t be telling you all this, If I hadn’t gone through it myself. I don’t know what all I did was right or wrong, but God knows I’ve hurt “my love” a lot… And the guilt inside me that makes itself appear each day, is sometimes unbearable.
But I am Lucky, because the girl I love, loves me even more and she has always forgiven me… She forces me to smile.. She is my princess, my angel, my world….
But there were times, when we faced a lot of ups and downs, we fought a lot…
But we got back together every time.

When Love breaks you, Sometimes it’s the right thing to do….
But the decision, IS YOURS….

To be continued…..
(Author’s note: If you liked this small blog of mine, there is a humble request to you to please share it because I know I have a lot to learn and a lot to teach.)



32 thoughts on “Love: What makes Life Happen!

  1. Michael says:

    I agree and disagree with you. You can love someone but also accept that they aren’t the person for you. Not every person you fall in love with is going to be your soulmate. If you happen to find that on the first try, then that is fantastic. But not all people do. It often takes many attempts to find that person.

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      • Michael says:

        True love can also mean that if they find another person, and that person makes them happy, then you are happy for them. I agree with your sentiment, but the downfall of philosophy sometimes is it does not apply external factors. Also if you truly love someone then you’ve given them the time for them to love you back. Do not dismiss the importance of experiencing different lovers. If I hadn’t been in as many relationships as I have then I would not be in the place I am now where I am ready for the next step. Part of living is breathing in different scents so you know which one is the best. Sometimes you know from the start, and other times it’s a gradual buildup. I don’t think either way is wrong.

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      • Michael says:

        We are both right. There is no one concrete definition of love. If it were, that would be rather boring. It is both infinite, confusing, calm, insane, rational, irrational, and one of the best feelings you’ll ever have.

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      • But please answer my one curiosity .. If she hadn’t left the boy for another person but for her parents because she thinks that being with that boy means betraying her parents… She considers the boy and her parents a choice in which she chooses her parents but this doesn’t change their love… She just no longer want to be with him…
        What should the boy do in THAT case?
        Also consider the pain of the boy that he had go through while all this happened….

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      • Michael says:

        It depends how old. Ultimately you love who you love and no one should tell you otherwise. Parents are often scared of their child being lost to another so they are always scrutinizing who you pick. If the girl no longer wants to be with him then she made a choice. Perhaps I would become independent or make clear that the girl has a place to stay in case the parents kick her out and let her make her choices. If the problem were addressed with me directly, I would offer shelter.

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      • Michael says:

        You know what? I will read your blog, but I would like to alter my opinion. If you feel that strongly, then fight for her. There’s only one version of her you will ever encounter. Give it your all. So much of this world tells us to be afraid, but you have to lose that fear to obtain what you love sometimes. If you fail, you fail, but at least then you know you tried.

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  2. I am really glad I am not the only one that feels this way. I feel that people overuse the word love so much so that it has no substance. I feel that people use the word to gain something from the other person and toy with their feelings. Love is such a beautiful thing that I feel has been corrupted recently. But I still be believe Love exist but I think you have to hunt for other people that share pure love with.


  3. Interesting insights. I think a major factor influencing why so many teen couples break up is the fact that (through media) they’re constantly exposed to images of what love should be, and when they don’t get those things from a partner who is just as inexperienced as they are, they get disillusioned and leave.

    Great article man, keep writing.


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