A Successful Love Story Part 8


Time is, perhaps, the biggest resource that one has. Biggest and the most valuable. And, there are those who will argue that money is more important, but, let’s just say, your feelings aren’t comparable to an artificial technique of interaction. For other than carbon fiber, man won’t one up nature. At least, not soon.

Ideally, love comes when you are willing to share your time with someone else. You shall accept their ways (of things) and try to fuse it with yours, with harmony. You have to build your schedule so that you can get time with them. And you have to be with them when they need you. And you have to be sure that in this way you are not disturbing your individual plans.

It is quite a responsibility, but then something has to give. Falling in love is, probably, the easiest thing to do. Rising again and holding on, that is a different story.

Certainly, you start by believing that you will. There will be the added weight of your partner, but you do love them. And you can’t leave them hanging. After all, the decision to jump was mutual.

Being around your partner can be beneficial to the both of you. You can support each other in difficult times, and share the lighter moments. The age old ideas of sharing things is somewhat true. In short, it helps.


“In all its simplicity, being in love is an essential, and possibly the best feeling. Joy seems to multiply while trouble gets more bearable. At the end of the day, the chance to share your moments with a dependable somebody becomes a driving factor in lasting a few more hours.”



“And there will be difficulties and complications, they will always be. The solution is to trust yourself and your beloved, and give it everything that you can. Love like you have only a few more seconds of breathe, and you will get all of it in return. For... 
love happens only once, and the rest is just an endless echo.”