Loving Right

As it is the season of love, love is in the air and the atmosphere itself is bubbling. Many times, we’ve heard the word “Love”. A lot of people have interpreted the word based on what they have experienced through it and as such, created so many ideas of love for people, consciously or unconsciously.

Love tends to bring separate people together. Love is sharing and caring. Love unites us. Love is your willingness to share yourself.

In society today, there is an established rule of loving right. But can you ever love wrongly? I don’t think so, cos it’s either you’re loving or not.

Love is kind, patient, beautiful, does not envy and is not jealous. Love is just perfect. Love doesn’t hurt; whatever hurts in a relationship is not love. Love isn’t limiting, it’s freeing.

Whether you love or not is subject only to your own opinion, no one else’s. The proper answer to the age-old demand, “If you love me, you’ll…” is “Wrong”. “I do love you, but I’m not going to do that,” or, “I’ll do that, but it’s not a test of my love“.

In love, there is acceptance. When we are in love, we naturally accept the person for his or her positives, as well as their negatives. It opens up our perspectives, and we see and learn things we wouldn’t have otherwise experienced.

Love changes us and how we think. It harmonizes all differences. There is no judgment, and we become open to receiving and accepting love, exactly the way it is.

In love, there is selflessness. We experience love when we have something to give. To receive love, we must give love. It’s not about fulfilling our own selfish desires, but about working on a common goal. It’s about being selfless and caring about our partner’s needs as much as caring about our own.

In love, there is trust. Needless to say, trust is the most basic foundation of love. While it is crucial to trust the person with whom we are in love, it is equally important to trust ourselves. Love makes us feel vulnerable without being fearful or defensive.

Loyalty in relationships not only brings emotional stability but also increases intimacy levels.

When two people live with love and unity, there is no fear of getting hurt. In unity, love grows and strengthens with time.

In conclusion, love is sacred. We find love by being ourselves. It comes to us when we least expect it. We will never find love or happiness by chasing after anyone. It comes when we are comfortable in our own skin and grateful for who we are. Love is attracted to us when we believe that we are truly attractive.


What is Love to you?


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