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Love Somewhat Understood (Short Version)

The energy of love and itís defiance to be understood is what makes it so utterly astounding.

Thoughts from the human mind cause emotions to intermix, contradict, and repel one another. They cause pain, fear, confusion, joy and all the fluctuations in between. The mind can make you irrational, unrealistic,and foolish. It can bring sorrow when there is none, doubt with no issue, and weakness without the loss of strength. It can bend and mold in unhealthy ways, and make misery where it has no company. The mind is as logical as it is illogical, bound as it is free, and ingenuously stupid. The mind is the most amazing and revolting part of our human anatomy. The heart on the other hand, makes you physically feel true emotions abound, transcend, and it can mesmerize you. Does the mind let the heart take over in matters of love? Why is it felt in our chest, in the deepest part of it?

It seems as though the greatest decisions come from the heart,it seems to fuel the conscious, feed the soul, and make love outstanding.

To fathom the deepness of the habitual traits of true love and constantly finding happiness and sensual bliss with one person for multitudes of years is astounding.

To walk each path of life together no matter which way the fork leads and to form a bond so strong that death could not break it, reveals that love is unconquerable.

No human love is perfect, if it were it would cease to exist, but what are these connections, these ties that bind us to a person and conforms us to them until our last word is spent? No love is simple, but more complex at times than answers to the universe. It causes a person to perform the most idiotic and most amazing performances the world has ever seen. Love has no boundaries, no limit, and has endless possibilities. Love can take and give life without question.

It is by far the most misunderstood, most necessary, and strangest of all emotions we know. Love is the brightest light and the darkest chasm a human must endure.

You would count every star for just a glance. You would count every blade of grass for just one touch. You would catch every raindrop to keep them dry and warm. That is what true love is. It is so difficult to contain it. If someone tells you that you are a fool in love, take that as a compliment. It may mean they envy you and are jealous of the feelings you have discovered. It is a blessing and a curse. It is a double-edged sword that cuts you no matter which way you handle it.

Be thankful that you have them and do not forget that. If you do not have love, do not fret, it will be at your doorstep soon enough. Apologize when you are wrong and do not be selfish when you are right. You cannot control it.

Just hold on for the ride and see where it takes you. It truly is the greatest gift bestowed upon human beings. We constantly take it for granted and do not always use it for what it was intended. People tend to give up on love after their heart has been torn out and kicked around. They adamantly defy it, do not want it, but then, someone opens the locked door and renews their faith in it. Love is cleverly deceptive, it can be wonderful and horrible within the span of one minute. It causes you to let your guard down making you do, try, and say things you never would have before.

Love costs nothing, maybe we should snatch up and use as much as we can while we still draw breath in this life.

(For long version see God)

God Bless,

Submitted by:

D. Gorman

Doug Gorman is owner of Work Be Gone! and writes on multiple topics from business to humor. To receive more information from or to request written material for use please visit: http://www.workbegone.com




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