Sunday, February 15, 2009

Valentine's day special : Love

Usually, I dont blog about such sensitive topics. 
I thought I would make an exception this time considering valentine's day :)

There is a famous quote like this
It is better to have loved and lost than never to have lost at all. [Samuel Butler]
and one more like this
The hardest thing to do is watch the one you love, love someone else.

If you love somebody, you can get hurt.  I think that is the gist of the above sentence.

I do NOT agree with the above quotes. The general idea that people have about love may not be accurate, to put it mildly. People do NOT get hurt because they have loved somebody, but only get hurt when they expect it to be returned. If for some reason it is not returned, then they get all insecure and start questioning their worth. That is when you start 'falling'!

If you honestly love somebody, it should be unrequited. If she loves you back, I guess you are lucky, else you lost nothing/shouldn't expect it. If expected, its NOT love, its business[like I give you something, you give me something back]

Somebody said,
For a woman
It is very easy to love a successful, good looking, rich , charismatic, polite, sophisticated man.

If you are a woman,
If you ever love a man, that is loser, who has no future, is impolite and rude and has all the negative qualities, then I think your love is truly exceptional.

For a man, Its easy to love a beautiful woman.
As a man, if you ever love a woman who is ugly, and not desireable, has a cold heart, then I think your love is exceptional and great. 

Most of us are not strong enough to be in any of the above two categories, or have other priorities in life than to test our ability to love, so we may never know.

But one thing I DO know, If you love truly or your love is pure, you can NEVER get hurt.

If you truly love something, you should NOT want to possess it, but you should want to set it free!

Some funny quotes
" Gravitation can not be held responsible for people falling in love." -Albert Einstein
" No man is truly married until he understands every word his wife is NOT saying." 
"The trouble with some women is that they get all excited about nothing -- and then marry him." -Cher


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