Saturday, August 8, 2009

“To Love vs Pain”

What is love? It is one of the most difficult questions for mankind. Centuries have passed by, relationships have flourished and so has love. But no one can really give a proper definition of love. To some Love is friendship set on fire and for others love is like luck. You have to go all the way to find it. No matter how you define it or feel it, love is the eternal truth in the history of mankind.

The bible says that Love is patient, love is kind. It has no envy, nor it boasts itself and it is never proud. It rejoices over the evil and is the truth seeker. Love protects; preserves and hopes for the positive aspect of life. Always stand steadfast in love, not fall into it. It is like the dream of your matter of affection coming true.

Depending on your view, love can be of different varieties. There is romantic love, which is a deep, intense and unending. It shared on a very intimate, interpersonal and sexual relationship level. The term Platonic love, familial love, and religious love are also matter of great affection. It is more of desire, preference and feelings when dealing with somebody or object. The meaning of love will change with each different relationship and depends more on its concept of depth, versatility, and complexity. But at times the very existence of love is questioned. Some say it is false and meaningless. It says that it never exist, because there has been many instances of hatred and brutality in relationships.

Love involves being vulnerable. Vulnerable to new levels of happiness, but also it’s a possibility of be vulnerable to pain. Trust. Trust means enabling other people to take advantage of your vulnerabilities—but expecting that they will not do this. When we trust other people, we may not only be giving them something in hope of getting something else back in the future, we may also be exposing ourselves in a way that they can take advantage of our vulnerabilities. Love involves taking that risk, but whether its relationship, family, or close friendship you should never expect the worst. That is love, so open your eyes to it.

Love all, trust a few, do wrong to none.
William Shakespeare.

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