posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 03:29 PM
Love and Lust are often intertangled in today's society. I however do believe in love at first site. I believe that sometimes people are just meant
to meet and in that instant you can fall in love. That's not to say that things won't change over time. Everyone changes. Everything changes. But to
truly love someone you must love them unconditionally. How is it that society has accepted this stigmatism that you can fall in and out of love with
someone? If you cheat on me I will no longer love you. If you lie to me I will no longer love you. If you treat me poorly I will no longer love you.
Etc... Were you truly in love with that person? Or were you just in love with the thought of them?
One may begin by loving unconditionally, but if the object of that love *cheats, *lies,
*treats you with contempt, * objectifies you, *breaks trust . . . .
Are you stupid enough to think that they have one iota of love for you? and wouldn't it
be stupid to go on loving someone who is so totally and utterly disrespectful of you?
I would say it was not so much a case of 'stop loving' as 'love being killed?'
'Love' needs a balance to survive at best 49% / 51% .....
40% / 60% possibly .... anything less becomes a dependency/dominance of one over
Love between two people or familial love 'doesn't stand by itself' love cannot exist
without the presence of *respect, *trust, *truth and *loyalty.
'LOVE' .... can be as strong as it is tender, BUT, it needs to be nurtured and nourished
it will not, it cannot, bloom in barren soil!