It’s been two years now and not once has anyone else interested me. That’s never happened before. Till you no one ever held my attention for more than a few weeks. I am truly, completely and absolutely in love for the first time.
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At one moment I think I am losing my mind and at another I feel completely rational. There is so much against us I can’t imagine things working out. But in my beautiful insanity I can’t imagine life letting you and I part either.
…in its truest form is not bound by the passage of time; much of what once was felt within, remains. Years temper the treasures of the heart and the object of one’s emotion does not need a present tense to continue to be loved.
English Novelist, Critic and Dramatist, Seymour Walpole
The most wonderful
of all things in life,
I believe, is the discovery
of another human being
with whom one’s relationship
has a glowing depth,
beauty and joy…
This inner progressiveness of love
between two human beings
is a most marvelous thing.
It cannot be found by looking for it
or by passionately wishing for it.
It is a sort of Divine accident.
…seeks to find its mirror reflection; something very similar but quite different. Grace is a balance of similarity and difference that allows the most peaceful and enduring love.
…is frequently more evident in what is unspoken than what is said. It only makes sense that something so grand, meaningful and precious as love is impossible to be accurately described or expressed fully in words.
“Hearing Love” by an author unknown
There are things
you would love to hear
that you would never hear
from the person whom
you would like
to hear them from;
but do not be so deaf
as not to hear it
from the one
who says it
from his heart.
…makes the commonplace, uncommon. A simple activity like holding hands walking through a parking lot can become a memorable adventure.
New York young adult fiction author Rachel Cohn
to think of friendship
as being different.
of the same love.
of the same desire
to be close.
…can make ordinary things seem extraordinary: a ride in the first cool air near fall; a meal with conversation; browsing at a bookstore and buying nothing. The common transforms into delight when filtered through a loving heart.
… can make doing “nothing” a most enjoyable experience. Time does not have to be “used” to be good and wasting it together is not squandering time. It is great richness that comes for free!