Once upon a time fairy tales existed. Love at first sight caught our eye. Initially "love" wasn't just a word. It was a passionate, affection towards another person. It wasn't just about the physical traits. It was deeper than the ocean depths. Initially "love" wasn't just a word. It was a passionate, affection towards another person. It wasn't just about the physical traits. It was deeper than the ocean depths and could not be imitated easily.
Unfortunately, times have changed and the customs of yesterday have been cliqued to fit the “modern” day lifestyle. “Us” kids take for granted what we commit to.
[“I hear you ‘dealing’ her?” “he is just a ‘fling’ ” “I am with the both the both of them to see who I get gain “IT” from”]
Isn’t that how SOME of the youths think today? Do you want to know how they developed this mentality? I blame the society in which we live in and also the kids themselves who are easily influenced by the crowd.
How come almost ¾ of the relationships between teens end in heartbreak, suicide and sadness? Teens believe they are “ready and mature” enough to be more than friends with the opposite sex. Personally I find no fault in that however who are we to determine when we are ready? Do we ask our parents, our family members or our peers? No one knows my dear readers. No one…
When love hits us, it’s like being hit by a bus. “An unexpected rush of “floating on air
Another thing about love to take into consideration, love does not just happen in a split second. Bonds between persons must be formed and the infatuated feeling does not just go away after some days or after a simple rejection. It’s also a build up attraction to someone over a long period of time. Don’t go around collecting hearts to put into a jar for show. If you care for someone a lot make sure what you are doing is the right thing for both parties not just for our beneficial.
When it’s love you just know folks…