To Love and Be Loved
The Desire to Love and Be Loved
Unconditional love is what a parent feels for his or her child, what a person feels for their God, or what a lover strives for with a partner. It is devotion to thought processes affected by instinct, influence and behavior observation which cradle one another.
The effects of love, alone, are tremendously far-reaching. It is the strongest positive emotion in the universe carrying vast power that grows stronger from all of its burdens. It can remove inflexible encumbrances because it's an irresistible emotion. It is both the brightest candle and the brightness in our lives, and it forces resolution. It is an emotion that can begin with something as small as a smile, or end traumatically with an altercation.
Love is humanizing, beautified and the one emotion residing in most of us. It invites us to consider consequential reflections before we act or react. It wants us to accomplish momentous actions. It illuminates our paths as it improves our characters based on our acts and thoughts. It is the one element that can make any home a beautiful one because it is the one lit candle that is formed in our infancy consciousness. There is no illumination in our lives without love because it is the brightest source of energy in our souls.
Love is a capitalized subject between the genders. Out of love, single parents will struggle to attain necessities for themselves and for their children. Men are more prone to think more logically to afford more opportunities to create success for themselves or their families. For so many women, their hearts may rule their whole adult lives because of love effects. Most men fill their buckets with ego enhancers and women fill theirs with affections, both may survive on little, but that little is a necessity. Women are nurturers and men are protectors. Women experience mental maladies that zap their strengths when emotion has overcome their hearts, although this is not gender specific. This is why it is important for everyone not to think with both hands holding the heart--heart in one hand, mind in the other.
Mutual “true” love is a fortune in life that cannot be bought and is independent and uninterrupted in its maturity when it arrives by complete surprise. It is a form of joy, a fiery friendship, and an experience in life well worth the wait. Falling in love with love is not the same thing. This is another reason why people should know who they are inasmuch as they can and be fully aware of what makes them the way they are before they commit to serious relationships.
When we rise in the morning, all we have before us is the time presented to us daily and a wide range of circumstances we will experience before the day is over. For each of those experiences we encounter, it is important to maintain an awareness of how we are going to choose to respond. Think of everything as a test to some degree, and there will be less insanity when it feels there’s nothing but one gray day after another.
Believe in the person you’re with. Have a willingness to help your partner, your friend, through all the trials of life you both experience and the ultimate fulfillment will consist of all the effects running the course towards a dedicated love. Do everything in your power to help the other fulfill his or her dreams. It’s an uninterrupted journey serving as a security blanket that teaches the lesson of agreeing to disagree and it evolves from mutual choices and a commitment to bring contentment to the other and where there is such dedication to the growth of the other.
Love forgives, understands and endures through all disagreements and emotional tides, and always takes part in both good and bad reactions to good and bad opinions or judgment calls. It is intimate and affirms itself through mutuality. It makes room for the expression of emotions; if you never express yourself, the other will never know what you are thinking or actually feeling. It isn’t all about a feeling, it’s about thinking. It’s about expressing your care or concerns for your partner. It’s about listening to what is being said instead of only believing what you have to say is the only thing that needs to be said.
“True” love might be a concept, someone’s belief, or proposed theory within our existence; however, it lives (especially with what a parent has for a child). It is built on belief. It is displayed by anything spoken or unspoken. It is definitely having respect for individuality. It’s not about changing someone; it’s about showing how someone can be changed by the effects of love. It is a simple act producing complicated measures.