Love from a different angle

The true nature of love may still remain a mystery, but that hasn’t stopped people from trying to explore and understand it in their own ways. Whether we see love as a chemical reaction in the brain or a spiritual connection between two people, it remains a powerful force that shapes our lives and relationships in countless ways.

People have tried to define love in many different ways.

Love is a deeply personal and subjective experience, and what it means to one person may be quite different from what it means to another.

Some people might see love as a liberating force that allows them to be their true selves without fear of judgment or rejection. Some others might see love as a way to feel complete or whole or even as a source of joy, happiness, and fulfillment. Others when they truly love someone, they feel comfortable being themselves around them and can be vulnerable without fear of judgment. Love can also inspire them to become better versions of themelves, as they strive to grow and evolve alongside the person they care about.

Love is a complex combination of different emotions, actions, and attitudes that all work together to create a deep and meaningful connection between two people.

It’s truly remarkable how one simple word can encompass so many different meanings and emotions. Love can be seen as an integral part of life, and it encompasses many different aspects of our existence, including our emotions, relationships, and personal growth. However, life can be full of challenges, obstacles, and difficult moments, and love is no exception.

What matters most is not the challenges themselves, but how we choose to respond to them; how we overcome our difficulties, and emerge stronger and more resilient than before. The same principles that apply to overcoming challenges in other areas of life, also apply to love. When we face difficulties or setbacks in our relationships, it can be tempting to become discouraged or give up on love altogether. But just as with any other challenge in life, it is important to approach these obstacles with a growth mindset and a willingness to learn and evolve.

There are people who may find it more difficult to navigate difficult times in their romantic relationships than in other areas of their lives. But it happens, because we all have limited time and energy, and it can be difficult to balance the demands of work, family, friends, and other obligations with the needs of our romantic relationships.

But can there be life without love?

Is it possible to evolve and grow as individuals without love?

When we act cowardly and selfishly in our relationships, we are not only harming our partner, but we are also limiting our own growth and potential. At certain points in our lives, we may be faced with difficult decisions where we must choose between continuing to fight for something or letting it go. Sometimes love can come into our lives unexpectedly, and we may not recognize it or be ready to receive it, due to various reasons such as anger, fear, or selfishness. Mistakes can happen in both life and love. Love and life are both unpredictable, and there are no guarantees when it comes to either.

Then, why we may strive for life more easily than we do for love?

Why we may give up on love more easily than we do for life?

Life and love are complex and multifaceted, and our experiences with them can vary greatly. However, we take responsibility for our own lives and don’t blame others for the circumstances we find ourselves in.

On the contrary, in love, it’s easier to blame the other person and give up, especially if you are feeling hurt or disappointed. It’s tempting to disclaim responsibility for your actions, especially when you make mistakes or face difficult circumstances. It’s really challenging to put your ego aside and prioritize the relationship over your individual needs and desires!

And as Iason Evangelou mentions in his book:We have expectations about how we want to be loved, without necessarily paying attention to how we are showing our love. “

*Photo by Emmanuel Phaeton 


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