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Love, Alternately!

The hottest love has the coldest end. ~ Socrates
You love and then you don’t. While love one day meant the world to some, after a point it just died out. From being about flowers and long drives, it came down to emotionless one night stands and random hook-ups. Eventually getting sick of meaningless sex too, what comes next? You freeze out one and then the other.

Is it such tough nut to crack or are we just too afraid to try? We start with zest but soon dullness takes over and we assume it is the end. It’s hot and then cold. How you manage to balance the rising and dropping temperatures? Reactions speak louder that any other action. Giving up on what was once all that you wanted screams out stupidity.

Whether Socrates was right, I can never tell. Sometimes the best of loves do last too. Picture perfect stories could still be told. But the question is whether we permit them to be written anymore!

Are we really all about meaningless exchanges now or is there still room for trusted intimacy? While the thought can never die out, you’re left with no answer either. It’s not that the human race has turned heartless or is purely sexually driven. They have however drifted apart from “feeling” to “insensitivity”.

I still believe in steamy romance, it can never get old. It exists if you want it to. So do we?

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  • Reply
    Lipika Joshi
    6 January 2013 at 10:26 pm

    wow. your blog is going parallel with my life. i think we always have this huge build-up in our head, when we believe it's about to get magical with that one person without releazing the baggage that that particular person carries, so our expectations fizzle and we are left with that very daunting and confusing concept of what this relationship with that person you thought would be magical with actually means. but when you give in, you should be willing to weigh the consequences of the situation of what might life reduce to if that relationship ends – particularly when you take the whole thing too casually. when feelings come into play, you know you're screwed. – Lipika.

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    Chriselle Correia
    7 January 2013 at 4:12 am

    Like you said, when feelings come into play, you know you're screwed. And then we're left wondering what we really wanted in the first place.

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