Love Is Eternal. Love Never Dies. We Seek Lasting Love.

image - Flickr / Carsten Frenzl
image – Flickr / Carsten Frenzl

The secret of lasting love has been sought after since the first laid egg of the virgin. However, the current generations seem to be in the dark on how to build the foundation for a lasting waltz. It is no mere accident that many children are born out of love, but raised in hatred. The issues can be related back to the beginning of any courtship. Is it born out of the same seeds so that the plants could grow together, complement each other, and not become detrimental to each other?

Love never dies a natural death. It dies because we don’t know how to replenish its source. It dies of blindness and errors and betrayals. It dies of illness and wounds; it dies of weariness, of witherings, of tarnishings. — Anais Nin

No matter what the saints said, lovers cannot grow apart. By the definition, growing a part is the causation of two lovers not being compatible to each other in the first place. Meaning, the lovers are destined to arrive at different viewpoints in life with or without their meetings. So, the issues can be cured by pinpoint to the beginning of the relationship to see that your potential mate is of the same seeds. For example, giant sequoias would be harmful to the sun-loving verbena, but the same cannot be said if the beautiful walking iris was his lover. As such, the lovers can either grow apart by default, or complement each other. However, like any flower when it is established in its roots, it still needs constant watering to glamorize its heart.

Many young seals lack the consistency to maintain the flower. In other words, he acts good today but no longer so cavalry a walk from his wedding day. He becomes dull in his quest to secure her heart and no longer strive to bring richness to his marriage. Is niceness still the same a mile from here? Is goodness still good inside the belly of love? A long-lasting marriage always comes with an impregnable support, as no tears are too salty and no weights are too heavy when the burdens are shared by two of the same heart. It is of this foundation that legends are spoken of for eons to come, and like Romeo and Juliet any lovers can be struck in the goldilocks of eternal waltz. TC mark

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