Hello friends, I know I’m too late for the last part of this challenge but hey, wouldn’t you forgive me for indulging too much in household chores for the past few days? You gotta 🙂
It’s funny how people often misinterpret infatuation with love when it is actually pretty easy to place the two apart in a thought’s time. Infatuation is based on what the mind wants. Love, on the other hand, is based on what the soul needs. The needs are too contrary from the wants, we end up perplexed at our final decision to go after someone whom we never fantasized in childhood as a hero. You’ll not only fall in love with this piece of imperfection but doubtlessly surrender thy self to be their better half. That’s how Love works.
Love is indeed blind – especially the way we love our partner. We gracefully accept their presence in life, nurture each other’s spirits during meltdowns and accept the whole package with endless thanks.
True Love sees beyond the physical beauty, rides past the shallow flaws and craves for something more substantial than what an infatuated mind would settle for.
“Infatuation is when you think he’s as sexy as Robert Redford, as smart as Henry Kissinger, as noble as Ralph Nader, as funny as Woody Allen, and as athletic as Jimmy Conners. Love is when you realize that he’s as sexy as Woody Allen, as smart as Jimmy Connors, as funny as Ralph Nader, as athletic as Henry Kissinger and nothing like Robert Redford – but you’ll take him anyway;)”
I admire these lines so much for its practical approach in redefining the age-old feeling, Love. It’s no wonder why people act crazy when they are in love.
How meaningful is this quote? Please comment 🙂
I heartily thank my blogger friend, Kat of The Lily Cafe for giving me this opportunity to take part in this challenge.
Here is my list of nominations for the day: