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Monday, February 9, 2015

Love Cannot Be Forced (Part1)


People say that there’s a time for everything.

And true enough, this is the time where you’ll get tired of people obsessing over the idea of love.
There’s not a day when I won’t hear or read anything related to being broken, and what irks me is how some people who cry over love are people who don’t even have a love interest.

It is at this same time when I’ve realized that the world is filled with human beings who judge other people without ever trying to understand the situation, and this is where my post is centered on

“He’s so sweet. How can she not like him?”
“Guys who exert effort are rare. If she passes him up, she won’t ever find someone like that again.”
“He’s being real. What else does she want?”

To everyone who can’t find something better than to judge people for not liking someone who’s ‘real’, I think it’s time for you to stop meddling with things you shouldn’t be concerned about. I’m not saying you’re forbidden to think the way you wanna think like. All I’m saying is that you don’t have the right to think negatively of an individual when you’ve never been on the situation she’s facing.

Getting into a relationship does not only require two decent people being together so they could live happily ever after. What it actually requires is two people who love- who are in love with- each other. A good relationship is not formed by decisions made out of intellect. A good relationship is formed by decisions made out of intimacy that has been felt.

And this is me sparing you from the annoyance you are about to have the moment you see a person who’s true to the one he likes, yet does not receive what he deserves. This is me telling you that no matter how ideal a person is, you can’t just force someone to like that person. This is me asking you not to be stupid enough to think that you can let love grow by providing reasons as to why it has to work, because no matter how good your reason is, it does not have the power to control an emotion.

Love won’t grow out of planting a good reason.



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