If you leave him desperate to have a corner in his heart but his feelings will smoke and burst into fire burning in his chest don’t call it love. It is a type of vendetta, the desire to take revenge for the revenge. Perhaps with all the consequences that come with it.
Love is treated as a gift only by the loving one. (S)he requires compensation for this gift (s)he can give. So… so for someone who has taken a drubbing with someone’s love, love is often just a burden. Like a diseased. So if you fall in love with someone suddenly, pay attention to him/her, do not smother him/her to death with your love.
“I’ll love you till death” can be anytime, while check can only be after death. It turns out, the only argument in support of such nonsense is tone. Oh, no, one must also clasp the hands to the breast and elevate the eyebrows to the ears.
There is no pride in telling people bad things under the guise of “truth”. Try to say nice, inspiring things. It’s really hard to both accept a person as (s)he is and give him/her motivation incentives. They can fall into a depression about their imperfections without you.
If you want to be a wife, to get a wedding ring, you don’t have to wait three years until he matures. Look for someone who has already matured, cause you can overripen while waiting. And if you long for love, don’t spoil relations with expectations. When marriage starts, love can end.
Do we really love a person we make a bone with saying he is dressed not well enough, is doing wrong things, and is courting the wrong way? Oh, come on, if the feeling is really strong why not to forgive these trifles? If they are not trifles how can we feel love to the person? There is no need caving in to the world we have nothing to give to, and there is no sense in making the world you accept cave in to you.
The fact that people do not meet our expectations makes us suffer greatly. These sufferings are so deep that being lost for shame we intrude people’s privacy and inflict destruction, i.e. changes, there. In the name of love, of course; what else can this outrage be justified with?
Being in love makes a person act despite his or her believes, opinions, experiences, and reasons of conscience and even instincts of self-preservation. And it is not for your sake, it’s for the sake of life in the Earth.