We can be brought to tears for many reasons, most of which have to do with loss and pain, both physical and emotional. Even tears of joy stem from a deep seated sense of something we thought perhaps would never come to us. Lost love brings tears but the tears are from loss, not from love dying. Love does not end. This does not mean that the object of our love will not leave us, die, or otherwise be unreceptive in some way.
Well that could be true, some of those marriages probably were for reasons other than love -- money, loneliness, insecurity, etc. But I think that when most couples get married they are in love and they want it to last. Divorce is devastating and it's a failure for most people but unfortunately those are the statistics. Something happened in the course of marriage where a couple once loved each other but couldn't work out the relationship. Whether it still ends up as love is anyone's guess.
Nothing ever truly lasts permanently. We only get so long on this earth to savour and appreciate life and friends, partners and loving them. So get busy loving or get busy counting how half empty the glass is. Life is too short, and no point in worrying over it and talking down the bench. Christmas and winter blues not withstanding, 2011 will be better than 2010. Cheer up. It will happen for you. Just believe.
Halima - we cry because we let them make us cry. Expectation was different than what was received. We did not teach someone how to treat us so when they fell short, in this case hurtful, we no longer see what we saw in them. Sometimes what we thought was love was not love at all. I still say if it were love, it would not end. We would not like the person for what they have done, but we would find the love.
Okay,but does that mean you could be in love with more than one person at a time? And could you love someone for no particular reason,like if they ask you,'why do you love that girl?',and you say,'I don't know,I just love her...'..??
Absolutely on all counts. We are capable of loving many people in different ways and for different reasons and all at the same time. Love is something we find within ourselves, not in the other person so we need no reason to explain this. It just is. Do not think of love as only romantic love. It is much deeper than that. The face of love may change from romantic to companion or whatever, but it is still love.
For a couple to succeed together in marriage, they have to exhibit a high power of sustainable positive thinking in their marital relationship. Hence they must avoid the following.· “War-time” thinking....