Sunday, February 17

lOvE


Love...

Whatsoever I say, it will be too less or too much. Love is something which can’t be expressed in words. It’s a feeling which is experienced by loving someone. I personally believe that there is nothing likes "Love only happens once". It’s continuous, it can be experienced many a times. You see a person and you fall in love with him/her. I am not talking about two timing or something of that sort, because love is so pure that it can’t teach you cheating atleast. I have felt the same, loving many people at the same time. I fall in love with people so often because I start loving them. I fall in love specially with their qualities, some have great talking (communication) skills, some have awesome writing skills, some look beautiful, some for their arrogance and some for the reason I don’t know.

You must be laughing, but it’s true. I sometimes think that is it Love? Isn’t it something else, some kind of infatuation, but then I find the answer... No, it isn’t, Infatuation is also love, some kind of, may be for shorter period of time.

More often than not love is only taken as loving someone special, but I believe, It isn’t essentially about loving someone special, but it is about loving everyone, you call them your loved ones. You love your parents, your friends, family, relatives, pets, toys, flowers, food, bikes, cars and the list goes on. But when you say that you also love one more person, then it’s taken as contempt.

I don’t know how many of us ever told our parents that we love them, expressively, like we do with our boy/girl friends. "I Love You", is often said to express you love towards them only, but when it comes to saying this to our parents, we hold it back. Isn’t it strange. I find it strange. Even to our dogs (or pets or toys or belongings), we say those 3 words often, but to our parents, not that often or may be not ever.

I also want to say, that even if you fall in love with more than one people, it doesn’t give you the privilege of cheating someone on the same behalf. When you love someone and the other person does the same, he places trust in you. To love someone else is not bad but not loving the person who has placed trust in you is certainly betrayal. I know people might have their own arguments but...

Want to end it with these lines...
I'll give you the moon at night
I'll give you star that lights your eyes
I'll give you the sun that made just one more dawn
So another day may come
I'll give you my heart and soul
I'll be there to catch you when you fall
When you ask me what I give to you
Girl I'll give it all

1 comment:

sury said...

//I don’t know how many of us ever told our parents that we love them, expressively, like we do with our boy/girl friends. "I Love You", is often said to express you love towards them only, but when it comes to saying this to our parents, we hold it back. Isn’t it strange. I find it strange. Even to our dogs (or pets or toys or belongings), we say those 3 words often, but to our parents, not that often or may be not ever.//
Only parents of my age can understand the emotions behind these words, not the young ones who are addicted to the present 'fast-food' life.
God Bless you.
sury
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