You know what they say: A spoon full of sugar helps the medicine go down but what if you’re diabetic?”
Could there be any way better to counteract the cheesy lines of films (Hollywood and Bollywood both!) ‘LOVE IS SOLUTION TO EVERYTHING ‘? Let’s agree partially that love can be sugar to many things/feelings/crisis, (emotional that’s it!) not to everything. I totally agree here to great Indian film fathers “pyar se pet nahi bharega’. And the big question arises is what if you’re diabetic to love? Like the one writing this. To vividly discuss about it or wake your logical senses (if any) following can make you rethink about love (it should!):
- I am not being sarcastic about love; I am brutally honest about my ideology of love. I mean it’s totally illogical to go on one month trip to some place, sing songs ,fall in love and bammm……” let’s fight with parents for marriage” COME ON DDLJ PEOPLE GET SOME BRAINS!
- Dear Edward,
May be the reason you can’t read Bella’s mind is because THERE IS NOTHING IN THERE…. (DUMBEST CREATION EVER)
- To the people madly in love: trespassers will be shot… survivors will be shot again!
- An honest answer can get you into lots of trouble.
- Yes, I have ample amount of time to spend writing poems, planning future with him/her rather than to explore myself. (Seriously?)
- Alas! I am not capable of keeping track of his birthday or his any dog’s birthday.
And many such instants can be given to say love is not what some nonsensical films describe or carving out monuments or tattoos for the so called beloved people in your life. I am on sabbatical from this custom. I proudly say that my ideology here goes to some reminiscent age of love or is poles apart from what we had until now. Definitely love is passion for me, that level of passion where trust itself is enough to answer every question, love is enough to resolve every fight, the epitome of understanding that enhances both involved.
Can you love ‘someone’ up to that purity that you can do anything for them that makes the both involved happy to the parity? If this passion is lacking then there is no place for love in my life because my love is not blind. I would then rather suggest making that ‘someone’ yourself and do whatever it takes to make you happy and satisfied at the end of the day. Doing this would definitely lessen the major issues in your life. Love is the simplest thing but ‘to love’ is hard and if you are successful loving ‘someone ‘with the same passion you desire, then there is no room left to think which rope is worth holding. You achieve contentment and that’s what love is.
P.S. I am free of all prejudices. I hate and love everyone equally!
P.P.S The article was originally published in DDU Connect.
By Veena YJ