There are many ways to look at life — a great many ways to ponder our hearts. Time and again, I find myself doing just that: pondering life’s many mysteries.
Why do we love? How is love strong enough to overlook faults and accept imperfections? Anyone who’s been in a long relationship knows love alone doesn’t endure, yet …
Love is the strongest force the world possesses. ~ Mahatma Gandhi.
Or, take the love of a mother.
She falls deeply in love with her baby before it’s born. When she first looks into the face of that newborn, her love doubles. Instantly, the bond is there — she will stop at nothing to protect the child, work exhausting hours, and continue to worry long after her child becomes an adult.Love for deep friendships and causes: the strong bond between people who share common values, interests or beliefs — a different yet vital bond in our emotional and intellectual lives.
So, I ponder these thoughts, these feelings coming from places unknown. From everyday moments, or exceptional moments. They — the thoughts and feelings — build into a giant circle that spins and spins, never reaching a final destination. Other than, perhaps, in stories.