“I love you.”
It’s one of the most sought after phrases in the world. We love hearing it so much, don’t we? Ever wondered why? Maybe it’s a promise of holding a place in someone’s heart or the euphoria of holding significance in someone’s life. “I love you” means you love the person for the way they are; for all their silly quirks, for the way they look, for their heart, for each one of their imperfections!
It’s a beautiful feeling to know that we are enough, we are someone’s everything. 🙂
We love to be loved. But then why is love such a complicated thing?
Why do people who say they love each other split?
Why do marriages end?
Why are love songs sometimes sad?
Why do broken hearts exist?
How can a person who was once your everything, become a stranger, or even an enemy?
Is it because love is ultimately bad? Or even a fleeting feeling, that only some people are lucky enough to experience forever?
I believe in love. I believe in its strength and significance in relationships. But I have also learned that love isn’t always enough. You need more than love to make a relationship work. Love starts many great romances, but love alone won’t make a relationship last forever.