How does this defintion melt on the tip of your tongue?
Love is irresistible. Love is adequate. Love is balanced. Love is flammable. Love is fusible. And love is also falling on a big fat mattress at the same time as your partner as you cuddle and fall asleep at whatever time of the day.
That’s really just one of the many that came to my thoughts whilst I’m in a stressful position in my love life and my previous replicate more of a wish.
Recently I’ve asked myself however though, how can we make love be refutable in itself? Science doesn’t have proof, religion doesn’t show us accuracy and nature gives us failure.
So what is love? What do we see in it? I most certainly figured that love isn’t quite love. But you can have a lot of different emotions whilst loving a lot of different people around you and still come back to the same founder of what love really is about in today’s world. One word – Obsession! Love is a drug, scientifically. Love is a vow, religiously. Love is caring, naturally. And you take them all on board and walk through life like you never did before, cause you’ve got the right one(s) around you!
Who do we rely on when we grow old? Who do we wanna spend our lifetime with? Who can we call at any time of the day? Who is there for you when we have a bad day? Who on earth is the one I can ask for who? And, who will you can put your heart down on to know they will never break it? There must be a some-“who” out there but have you really found them yet?
We are all individuals, right?! Well, once you’ve approved to this question you will also agree to that we are all capable of believing, working and loving in different ways. Both ways now lead to something we all humans have in common however, and that is to be showing our capabilities of belief (in ways of faith and hope), work and love (aka passion). We want to succeed, be powerful and fearless sothat we cannot be harmed. But is that really what an individual thinks? Is that absolutely everything one single human desires. Possibly, yes! We as a population are a bunch of individuals, thriving for equality and rights for the common public whereas in reality we don’t want to be judged as the ordinary person. Let it be in court where you hope for a decrease of charges or even just on the streets where you almsot fall into your own grave when somebody’s deep, black eyes stare at you whilst throwing something in the garbage, missing and picking it up again to finally place it correctly. Or maybe as an opposing example when you sit in your next meeting trying to convince your business partners to invest time and money into your latest and greatest upcoming work design in order to achieve the highest outcome and reputation for yourself. You are extraordinary in every kind because we, as a human race, wouldn’t stand where we are now. It’s just like daily life though.
A constant wind blows away the little breezes.
We don’t see the extraordinary in each other as we are all so ordinary to be ordinarilly extraordinary.
Where is it? Where can I find it? More of the things every human needs. Yes, pressure I’m talking about. [Sarcasm so far] We all live in a modern world where pressure of any kind rests on our shoulders and we need to deal with consequences and failure we stand up for with our responsibility. It’s hard to accept that we shift that pressure around though but it never leads back up to the leaders in charge who decide on laws, changes, whatsoever that only benefits them as well as accept changes which aren’t visible in their eyes. They release the pressure but never have to deal with the chance of back fired guns. Once you’re on top you can burst it all out! Just like a cannon, and it’s wreckless!
What do we know when we can’t even understand the apparent simplicity of our emotions? We have them but how are they controllable? Fear, anger, happiness, laughter, embarrasment, shame,… Where do they come from and how on earth is it even plausible to agree to their general description of some professors who go through a daily rollercoaster of feelings themselves? Everyone’s biased! ,even the judges who take on decisions from the way they woke up in the morning! And yes, we are only capable of distinguishing from a maximum amount of 32 different kinds of emotions at once. So what does that tell us?! We came that far that we are all individuals so why not differntiate our daily emotions into 6.8 billion ones. Let’s take a guess the next time we see someone on the street how they feel exactly?! And let’s take a guess how well anyone of us judges the strangers we pass who we cannot simply relate to.