Three words, infinite meaning

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Sometimes when people say “I love you, for better or for worse, for richer or for poorer, in sickness and in health, ‘till death do us part”, what they really mean is, “I will love you until I feel like it, until problems arise, until we fight and until it gets hard - then I’ll stop.” That’s the thing. We only love people until we feel like it. We only stick with them while things are flawless. We leave the moment things get hard. We commit to people based on how we feel at the moment. We let our feelings tell us what to do. But that’s not what love is about. When you love someone, you don’t leave them even when they’re at their worst, you don’t give up even when the world concludes your other half as hopeless, you stick with them and you do everything for them even at that time when they can do nothing for you. Cause that’s what love means. Giving when you receive nothing, staying when everyone left, loving without being loved and sometimes it means choosing them over everything, even yourself. 

Loving someone is when when life is bleak, and you're about to crumble. Yet your walls are not strong enough to withstand anything from this special someone. 
Love is when you've told yourself a million times, not to let your guard down, but this person makes your heart betray your head with the blink of an eye.
Love is when you try to imagine yourself without him in your life and that thought sets off an earthquake in your mind.
"No" your heart says, your mind starts to follow.
Love is when you want that person, everyday, every minute, every second.
"I love you", there, she finally said the words she dreaded most.

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