There are plenty of people we like – but the difference between the good friends and the people you truly love is simple: you’d share anything with the one you love.
Love is a potent drug. A very dangerous one. It makes us act like complete fools. Our mind pours out from within us endlessly, and we drive everyone around us crazy with babbling and nonsense.
…when you open your heart and arms instead of your mouth and simply be there for the ones you love – these are the times that bring a closeness and unity that no hurt can ever touch.
Do you remember the first time you fell in love? How the mention of a certain name captured all of your attention? How …
Love is not all knights and damsels, silver-screen moments & Hollywood perfection. Those we love will hurt us, and you will at times hurt those that love you. Anyone who tells you otherwise is selling something.
…when you’re eating a jam donut, or a vanilla slice (or pretty much any pastry) and you know someone you want to just give it to because that’s how much you love them – then you are definitely onto a good thing.
Love: It is above all value, cannot be re-gifted, and is irreplaceable by any other treasure.
I remember I took my little sister to Yum Cha (饮茶) in Sydney’s Chinatown once. She had absolutely no idea what to order, and as time slipped by and I stuffed myself with pork buns, she was running out of time. She looked at me and said “I trust you, order me something I will like.”
Being able to look past the negativity, say to each other “we’re hurting, but I love you so let’s fix this together” is one of the most important moments you will ever have.
Your really silly faces are definitely a part of yourself you don’t share around the office, or while doing the grocery shopping.