Contributing [Lifestyle] Writer
Relationships can hardly be forecasted. They are unpredictable. However, many assumptions in the beginning are made to whether or not they will last forever or end abruptly. Several of us dive into relationships willingly with trust or even distrust.
Most of the time we seek relationships for the primary purpose to receive affection, support, and of course love. Our purpose, on the contrary is not to receive pain and heartache. Regardless of what we expect and what we put into relationships, they still can be arduous and difficult. But, we still strive to have them in order to thrive on happiness while sharing time with someone we love.
In doing so, we try in most cases to choose wisely who we think would work best for us in our lives to love, even if at times it may seem unreachable. Though we can choose our mate wisely, still our choice may fall apart. After all, love is blind.
Since love is blind there lies a lot of illogical reasoning in it because it mainly is based on our emotions at the forefront. Because we “fall in love” we often limit love by creating our own rules of what it is, and easily the bond that we form almost becomes an “institutional bond" while love has its own set of rules. For it is free and goes with the attraction of the universe allowing us to love freely . Relationships and love are capricious, but that does mean we should fear them, seek the “perfect one,” or put limits on them. Instead we should love willingly and freely.
By Sonja Mattison