I Believe in True Love

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Do you believe that love can last beyond this lifetime?  Well, I do.  Some things in life fade away in our lifetime but not true love.  You may choose to disagree with me but I believe that true love lasts through this life and beyond.

I feel that many people love and are in love.  I feel that there many succumb to what is comfortable and easy.  It could be that people fall into the habit of being in a relationship with someone, and habits can be hard to break.  I believe that many people don’t really realise true happiness that comes with true love, and for the few who awaken to that realisation, there is the battle between head and heart that leaves us disoriented and aching with thoughts of “what ifs” and “should haves”.

When you’re are lucky enough to have discovered your soul mate, bow down and surrender; surrender with no expectations. When you lose your true love, let go and surrender. When it comes down to it, we have no control.  Choice lies with us and yet we have no idea what’s coming.  Often we get hooked in to the situation and the outcome we desire, and that can only bring us to a space where we feel a squeezing of the heart.

Be in the moment.  Embrace the unknown despite the fact that it can shatter your heart and leaving you wondering, crying and falling to pieces in the aftermath.  The more our heart cracks, the more light there will be in the end.

Be brave.

Surrender.

Stay open.

Keep dreaming.

Keep believing.

Allow the emotions to envelope your being.

Know that this too shall pass.

Whilst we don’t know how things will turn out, keep your beautiful heart open.  Keep breathing.

This life is precious and is woven with bittersweet moments.  Live life with an open heart. Remain in a state of graceful peace.  Let the grand tapestry of life weave its wonders about you.

Life may not be forever but I truly believe that true love is.

I keep faith in that thought.  Do you?

3 thoughts on “I Believe in True Love

  1. Beautifully put and I totally agree, Ann-See.

    “True love” in an expression of ourselves and who we are and we find the ‘form’ (eg a person or situations) to match that.

  2. Pingback: A Thousand Years | AnnSeeYEOH

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