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“We’re all a little weird. And life is a little weird. And when we find someone whose weirdness is compatible with ours, we join up with them and fall into mutually satisfying weirdness—and call it love—true love.”
What do you think?
February has been dubbed as the month of love by a lot of people, both those in a relation and those who’re single and ready to mingle. Valentine’s Day, which is on the 14th of said month, has the core concept of LOVE, in all its mushiness and cheesiness.
But what is LOVE exactly?
Love is a natural ability.
Love happens when a mother sees her child for the first time in the emergency room.
Love happens when the groom sees his bride walk down the aisle and says “I’m the luckiest guy alive”.
Love happens when a child picks up a hungry puppy from the streets and takes it home.
There’s no exact definition for love. It cannot be measured or gauged and words can only do so much to describe just how much love a person is capable of giving. You can read about novels written by Nicholas Sparks and John Greene, or read Shakespeare’s sonnets about love, and it still wouldn’t give you the exact meaning of love.
So we ask ourselves? What is love? In all its simplest glory, love can be defined as something that is innate in us. It’s something that we, as human beings, are naturally capable of giving and receiving. No child is born hating this world, and no man dies without having to feel or reciprocate love in the process.
But let’s not limit our ability to give love on February. We should give love every minute, every hour, every day, and every waking moment every year.
A husband can still take his wife out on a date even if they’ve been together for more than 20 years.
A college freshman can make 20 minutes each day to call his mom and simply talk.
A teacher can take the time to talk and listen to her troubled student.
Love is about making the most out of everything with the people close to you, whether it’s your parents, siblings, friends, teachers, co-workers, fellow parishioners, or your neighbours. It doesn’t have to involve sweet sayings and chocolates, but what matters are the actions and thoughts that go along with love.