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Love is found in the wind. In the first fresh breath of morning air. In the silence of dawn, when the sun first starts to peek above the clouds.
I ask questions like, “Should we bet on us?” and am afraid to committing to the future because not many men have committed to me. I’m afraid they will all go —
the track record is more left stories than love stories.
One-sided love is not love. It’s torture. It’s waiting for something that might never happen. It’s looking at someone who doesn’t see you. It’s thinking about someone day and night while you probably never cross their mind.
But I think at the end of the day love is finding someone who simply makes you happy to be alive and values the relationship you do have, whatever that relationship may be.
When you love an addict, you become addicted too.
I like waking up and finding out that this really is all there is.
Because power is just another facet of the ego and when you love with your ego, not your heart, you’re bound to lose either way.
There’s no shame in waiting, so stay single until you find a relationship worth fighting for.
It happened for the first time when I wasn’t paying attention. There wasn’t any monumental moment where I knew. One day I just woke up and it was there: “Oh, I’m in love with you.” And that was that.
Real love is about real life. And real life will never be constantly beautiful. Real life will never be breezy. Real life will never be perfect. And just like life, real love is a work progress. So don’t expect love to be easy. Don’t expect love to be perfect. After all, no one is. Nothing is.