Mutual caring relationships require kindness and patience, tolerance, optimism, joy in the other’s achievements, confidence in oneself, and the ability to give without undue thought of gain.
They could see right through me.
It’s like they have some sort of power over me.
They disarm me.
Strip me naked of my thoughts and dignity.
I feel weak
I feel fragile.
I am vulnerable.
I don’t know if he knows the capabilities of his eyes.
I don’t know if he knows the power he holds whenever his eyes meet mine.
I am under an unintentional but wanted spell.
Yes, I am weak, but the kind of weakness I want him to fulfill
The kind of weakness that makes me capable of being strong
Even I cannot fathom the depth of my emotions
I am bewildered
I am not accustomed to this feeling
I may have loved and lost but I never thought this kind of affection existed
I am in awe of his power over me
But a question haunts my curiosity
WILL HE EVER BE AMAZED BY ME?
My teacher asked me about my new love after my old love broke me “So he healed you?”
I answered “No. I was already healed when I met him.”
They say that a new love heals an old love. But no, yourself heals an old disappointing love. A new love opens your heart and mind that not all loves are disappointing and devastating. Some people heal fast, some people heal a little bit longer than anyone. But either way, nobody’s in a position to judge somebody in pain or in love. Simply because… It changes people.
What’s worth dying for, if not love?" -Klaus Mikaelson, The Originals
Where there is love there is life.” ― Mahatma Gandhi
Some other existence.