It’s not that you don’t believe in romance. It’s just that you’re too sensible or too experienced to romanticize relationships.
True love is wanting the absolute best for someone, even if what is best for them is to not be in a relationship with you. True love wants them to soar, and not be weighed down by anything that doesn’t fully serve them. True love is unselfish. True love serves the person being loved on every level.
You love with a gentleness. This time, you aren’t crossing the street with both eyes shut. This time, you are checking. This time, you are loving without being blind.
Love is our oasis in the desert of the lonely.
You can’t pretend that it’s working just because you FEEL something.
Love and perfection are two different things. Love is real. Finding someone who will drive you crazy, but still make your life wonderful—that’s real.
There’s nothing logical about the way love works. True love is a bizarre thing. Only bizarre people can handle it.
Loving someone not only means touching their naked body but also their NAKED SOUL.
When it comes to connecting with the partner we love, we all try to communicate well in our relationship. But wanting to communicate well and actually doing so are two different things.
My friend says I should be making out with strangers in bars, that not everyone has to be The One. But that’s not really my style. I’ve never known how to lust.