Saturday, February 5, 2011

The Magic of Love

       Some say that we are born to love and that love is the meaning and the aim of our lives. Many people believe that it's a divine magical power that connects two loving hearts. 
       For ages people have been thinking of what love is, writing books and song about love, in the recent time shooting movies all on the same topic. Christians  and Muslims would say that God teaches us to love each other, the most skeptical materialists would blame it all on the chemical processes and hormones, romantic people would stand for the theory that each of us has his or her half on the Earth. 

     Whatever love really is, the humanity definitely loves it.
     Love is opposite to selfishness, because it's always heading to some other person but you. It's the highest point of human's relations development. One voluntary gives up a great part of his/her own freedom.

      Love is giving by it's nature. Person feels satisfaction and happiness not from receiving but from and seeing one happy. Two individuals completing one another form some spiritual union in which one is happy because the others is happy and one knows that he or she loves because he or she knows he/she would do anything it takes to make the other.
       Love has it's magical power to overcome all troubles, heal illnesses, create wonders. In critical life situations it gives people the strength to survive, to hold on however tough the living gets. And it all comes from the knowledge that you're not alone in this world.

       But everyone should mind that love arises not between angels but between people with all their little sins and flows. So the mistakes, problems and conflicts in love are in fact normal, they all come from our human's nature. But the clear feeling of love is worth all the troubles one has to walk through to gain it. 

       As we know Rome wasn't built in a day, the same thing with love. There's not any perfect art of loving. It's always a road laid with  compromises, everyday battle, not with the one you love, but with yourself. 

       That's how love makes us better. For everyone this way is personal. You can never predict how the relationships will develop but it's in your ability to make it better.

       Some say that love lives free years, other theory gives love one more year, some don't give it any chance. Very many people believe that a family is a grave of love. So the negative prognoses are plenty. 

        But still there stay some true believers. And deep in the heart many of us would like to believe and do believe in love. Because it has some magic in it and all the attempts to explain and to define it are failures.

       Love makes clever people loose their mind and silly ones it makes genius. Love is paradoxical in very many aspects. There are statements that love is always happiness even when it's unhappy and at the same time  that there's both nothing worse and nothing better than it. 

       Another variant is that you never lived till you loved, and that love is the key to life and the sense of it. We may cite very many sayings and examples. They all are true and none is final. In one thing we can be sure: one who loves sees the world in the different way when all others, things look brighter, birds sing louder, life shows itself in it's completeness.

To whom I haven't met yet, love is so difficult to interpret and there is so much differences in this world. But rest assured that one day, when I had fallen in love with you, I want you to be happy and the way to do that is making you smile. Smile when you read this note for the fact I love you so much way before we knew each other. This what I called a groovy kind of love in my life.  

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

This is beautiful! Very touching.