What is True Love?

True love is like ghosts, which everyone talks about and few have seen.–Francois de La Rochefoucauld

I found this video while surfing through stories on one of my favorite websites, elephantjournal.com  Itis a beautiful story, which made me cry. The thought of someone writing me a love letter every morning before going to work and being their truest self, even when in sickness makes me melt into a puddle. Then it made me ponder and wonder what true love really is?

Is it waking up next to someone everyday and knowing that they are always their for you no matter what? Picking flowers out of random planters and putting them in your lovers hair? Finding beauty in every little detail of that person even if it might drive you bonkers sometimes? Or is it all those things and more?

People fall in love everyday, in so many different ways. Some over the internet, the subway, the coffee shop that you always frequent, even bumping into someone on the street because you dropped some papers. There is no right or wrong way, it just happens. The problem is, people don’t trust it. Yes, that even includes me. But instead of questioning it, why not give in and let it be?

Why not let your story unfold and just have it happen? Namaste.

 

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2 thoughts on “What is True Love?

  1. I think love for and with other people is inspiration and experience. It probably is not allways meant to be forever and sometimes it is better if you get the chance to go on and for something new. The most important thing is to be in balance by yourself, with or without someone by your side.

    🙂 Much Love

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