Love is being so, so beautiful together, but it’s also about being just as wonderful apart.
I know you might think that you can’t be repaired, that you are too broken to be found beautiful.
True love isn’t blind love. It isn’t always good times.
Love is closing your eyes and pulling another body close. Replacing fear with faith.
Perhaps then, the real illusion is that we expect love to be effortless, easy and as natural as that initial feeling of falling. Yet once those dizzying romantic neurochemicals have subsided, we are left with an individual in front of us who is equally as flawed and complex as ourselves. But we were never told about this part of the story because this is the part that doesn’t sell.
When you finally encounter love, let it be ugly. Embrace everything that goes wrong, that goes unplanned. Because it is those moments, those elements, that really make love true.
I have to, because I want it all with you.
Everyone is on their phone. The addiction to social media is REAL.
“Love is an overwhelming feeling of pure bliss when the two of you kiss.”
You either all in, or nothing at all—there’s no in-between.