I’ve been listening and reading around the Internet, to people who are in love, or falling in love. Had a few really intense chats about it as well. This is something I have been baffled by and no amount of soul searching is shedding light on the subject for me. Can we control falling for someone? Even if we walk away, can we stop feelings from forming or flowing? What is it exactly that makes people fall for another, that they will never have? It conflicts with my ideas about dreaming into action. Is love the one thing, from another you cannot ask the universe for in return? Have you ever met someone and it hits like a brick. You’ve got a lot in common and they blow your mind? But, it’s one sided. Do you ever find yourself wishing they would see that in you? If we can put the law of attraction into play with so many things, how come it’s so hard to attract soul mates? Yes, of course I know sometimes people are “blocked” and don’t know what they want. But what if you’ve known your whole life. What if you’ve waited and asked half your life? Love is both giving and taking. It’s the one thing the world needs more of. So why would the universe not want to help us find it? But where does one draw the line? Can we ask the universe to send us someone who will see beyond the outer layers and into our souls and minds? Is that possible for humans to really do? So many questions. If you had someone who you were drawn to, that brought feelings on, because they light up all sorts of dimensions in your mind and heart; would you just walk away?
What do you want from love? For me, it’s inspiration and understanding, to laugh and make each other strive for high ground. To go out into the world together and bring light to others. To experience fun things together. To be children sometimes and remember innocence. To believe in each other, and have amazing sexual chemistry. I think the sexual chemistry is intense when it’s a meeting of the minds. But I’m not sure if this is stuff made of fairytales, or can I indeed ask the universe for this. Not to fill any voids, but to share the journey of life.