WHAT IS REAL LOVE?
COULD YOU TELL ME WHAT REAL LOVE IS? I have always thought that real love is a feeling when you look into somebody´s eyes and you´ve got a very strange trembling in all your body and in that moment it wouldn´t be a problem for you to wave your arms and fly to the sky..., so magic moment when you are fascinated by the mimique of your loved, charming smile, raising eyebrow, eager to catch every word, stiff to move not to spoil the mysterious airflow aroud you. And the only thing you want is to see your loved happy and laughing. you don´t take care about your comfort, or something like the pride, but about the happiness of the other one. You don´t tie, don´t prohibit, don´t shout furiously ... you ask, you are interested in her/his opinion, you respect... Tell me! Am I right, or am I wrong? Or may be I´m utopistic for 21 century... When I look around me, I really don´t know the exact expression how to describe what I see. Dried canyon of love, or cold Pluto´s love...
For example, one of my friends goes out with a girl and since they started dating, she has isolated him from nearly all his friends because they had the courage to have and express different opinions from her ones. Nobody of them offenced her, just didn´t agree with her. She doesn´t take care about his feelings absolutely and yells at him almost every day. Does she love him? I think not. She loves just herself.
Many couples I know are together because of habit, because of money, because he needs a servant, or she needs a sponsor... BUT CAN YOU TELL ME WHERE THE LOVE DISAPPEARED? That feeling there is somebody for you, somebody you can rely on whatever happens, somebody who loves you just because you are, no matter where you live together - cottage or palace, no matter what you do. When you are delighted to wake up by his/her side and you wait for her/his sight and first morning words, and you think to yourself your loved is the most sexy person in the universe, with those tangled hair, rubbing his/her eye, tossing and turning on the bed. You look deeply in her/his eyes and you can see your reflection there and he/she can see his/hers in your eyes.