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Ready Freddie? Crazy little thing called love!

Updated on March 14, 2016
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So many songs have been dedicated to love, as well as initials scratched on the bark of a tree and colorful graffiti at the edges of a pavement, think of countless messages wishing a good night and a restful sleep, not to forget abdominal pains caused by my grandmother's bounteous lunch. Some of the most beautiful moments we remember and recollect, you will surely agree, include presence of our beloved ones.

In some study I read that, along with our need for a set timetable and the income of new information, love is of one of the basic human needs , in all its forms : brotherly, spiritual, sexual, love for your country, cherishing a goal or whatever personal interest. How much it is actually important is well shown by our reaction when we are deprived of the same. Either we feel terribly injured, sick or desperate, or we shall take the opposite attitude and escape to impenetrable defensive attitude and running defensive mechanisms: ''I do not really care.'' Dare I take it as a synonym for blunt, emotional numbness. ''I do not care.'' Is definitely the best example of closing in on oneself and building up an impenetrable fortress, but I do believe the following: walls may protect you from pain and hurt feelings, but they will also shield you from the brighter side of human nature.

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Personally, I noticed that, while doing my studying, and frantically stressing out because of the upcoming test, completely neglecting personal hygiene and social life, my mood is lifted by random text message of a friend who invites me to, perhaps, an exercise or a cup of coffee. A texted kiss from my better half makes me realize that that person is at the given moment thinking of me. Have you noticed how good and fulfilled you feel once you have given another person some kind of a gift- whether in a tangible or in an intangible form: a pudding from the local shop, an old shirt you no longer wear, advice, warm reception, support, a book you have borrowed to your buddy knowing that they would very much like to read it. The process of giving and receiving is mutually rewarding since it is the spiritual food of him that gives and of him that receives.

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Once I believed that it was possible to transform the whole world by means of love, if only in each individual’s head a simultaneous thought would appear- that it is better to do good than evil. I believed that love could overcome greed and mitigate the amplitude between the extremely rich and the extremely poor, eliminate corruption, selfishness and encourage greater understanding and care of each other, within the wider community. Then I discovered the Internet. Nah, the truth is, I have learned that a man is a mixture of pluses and minuses, and probably, in fact, each of us carries their scars from the past caused by those who were also hurt and scared. What I continue to believe is that love spreads like a flu- of course, you can not contaminate the whole world, but you can be kind and nice in your own neighborhood, so that your friends take you up as a model and act the same way in their own natural environment!

In conclusion, love each other, kiss each other, hug and embrace not only during the holidays, birthdays, Mother's days and other special days of the year, do it all the time! A minimum quota of 6 hugs a day is a must in order to stay cool, if you were to believe words of a psychologist. Do not judge others based on their physical appearance, for I got fed up with personal confessions of random folks such as: ''See, at first I found you strange, but then I exchanged few sentences with you.'' Inform yourself, expand your horizons and take part in building a society of a healthy mind, love and understanding, donate some sugar to your neighbor, do not bother your mother to bring you juice from the kitchen unless you had a toe amputated, oh and, do your gossiping in a considerable amount!

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Keep in mind! A man is a mixture of pluses and minuses, and probably, in fact, each of us carries their scars from the past caused by those who were also hurt and scared. What I continue to believe is that love spreads like a flu- of course, you can not contaminate the whole world, but you can be kind and nice in your own neighborhood, so that your friends take you up as a model and act the same way in their own natural environment! Remember this one? Kiss slowly, forget quickly!

''I fall in love far too quickly and end up getting hurt all the time. I've got scars all over. But I can't help myself because basically I'm a softie, I have this hard, macho shell — which I project on stage but there's a much softer side. too, which melts like butter.'' Freddie Mercury

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      Christine Dickens 

      3 years ago

      Thank you so much miss Morris! I am so glad you have enjoyed reading my article, as a beginner, this is a huge confidence boost. I tend to write from the heart, and when such thing is recognized, I can't tell you how happy it makes me, thank you so much and best wishes!

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      Pam Morris 

      3 years ago from Atlanta Georgia

      This is an exquisite article well-written with so much to enjoy and remember. One statement, in general, caught my attention. When you said, "We need for a set timetable and the income of new information, love is of one of the basic human needs”. I agree with this statement although only a few truly find true love that last. Really the title, Ready Freddie crazy little thing called love caught my attention the reason I stop to read the article. I am happy I did it an excellent article.

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