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And love happens!

And love happens!

Research says that it only takes 8 seconds for a person to fall in love with someone. Well in some cases it may take lesser than that. People claim that something inside them tells them that they are meant to be together. It could be anything, any moment that just made you feel that it is all worth going for. A small glance, a little gesture or may be when it is unexpected the most. But yes, it does happen and you want to hold onto that moment love forever. We drive down that road and the journey starts all happy.

It could be anything, any moment that just made you feel that it is all worth going for. A small glance, a little gesture or any unexpected instance. But yes, it does happen and you want to hold onto this love forever. We drive down that road and the journey starts all happy. But what is it that keeps the love flowing. Is it the trust or is it the understanding, or may be something else. We always have enough things to cherish along the way but what happens that most of us blink this feeling and rather start to fluster about the destination. Sometimes it is not love that tapers or the faith that dwindles, it’s the compassion we shared at the beginning phase that slowly tempers. We start cracking up the whip and become more skeptical.

Streaming the same vehicle, with the same person for so long needs something more than just the feeling of being in love. Two people on this journey need to realize the relevance and the priority of each other in their lives. If one of them acts stupid enough to let the best thing that happened to them slip away, the other one should not stop believing that there was no love. A person always feels a need for conviction and intimacy. Trying to push a verdict over any fight can spark things that you might regret in the next few hours. Bluffing yourself that such clashes never happened might also lead to similar situations in the future. So rather than making a faux pass over any arguments, just stretch apart a bit and let each other re-talk with a clearer head. One other thing that I did during the initial years of my relationship was becoming dependent. The assumption was that not becoming dependent will be an isolation. But believe me, it does no good for you. Being independent and a little isolated in a relation never takes away from the relationship but adorns it.

Relationships are tested at one point or the other. We start to constrain our thoughts from the people we love believing that they might feel bad or would leave us but rather this draws them apart. Never show any such hint of mistrust, nausea or anxiety. Believe in yourself. Make mistakes, accept and never be frightened. Let your story follow your love and not you. Our understanding of love depends upon our beliefs and expectations and these in turn lay the design of our story of love. We start to keep our commitments ahead and take the most important part of our life just so by leaving it to the assistance of the usual. We tend to get dissatisfied not only with the other person’s efforts in love but also our own.

Other stories are based on keeping a watch. We become a tracking device, trying to keep an eye over every minute of our partner’s life. Compassion comes in us as a center of our values in India. The feelings of ” daya and karuna ” are imbibed in us since childhood. But driving our compassion with the virtue of contempt for others leads us into a direction that we do not desire for. Believe in love as a place of higher self which empowers you and thrives you into the right direction. When we lose compassion, we gain fear. The fear of losing starts controlling you and you allow it to control your life. We let ourselves be suffocated and that stops us from believing in the true power of love. Love makes us free. Do not let your fears hold it back. Create your own story and let it last over times to come. The magical power of love creates beautiful and memorable life lessons. Love gives us all hope.

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About The Author

Charu Gupta

A professional with over 6 years of intermittent employment experience in IT. With a strong inclination towards learning the interaction of products and spaces with human beings, shifted my career path in design research to learn the skills that would help me tothink inside the closed dimensions to be able to innovate outside them. Currently pursuing my passion for skill development and education through government funded projects. A passionate writer, content designer and traveller who loves to explore new places and meet new people.

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