True love

Lately I've been watching too many love movies and series and I've been asking myself if I can truly find such kind of love tell me is it truth that you can find true love in this life you are living or this is all fiction and is only on movies or books novels is there a way to find that person that can give you peace of mind someone that you will decide to stay with for the rest of your life someone that you will never leave no matter what someone that you are going to stay with for better for worse someone that you will never regret meeting someone that you'll fight for until the end of your life have you find such love and if you have can you tell me how you did it because actually I'm trying to find that kind of love search kind of life peaceful that is worth fighting for something that even if you cry you know your tears will never go to waste because you cry for someone that worth it someone that I will go through hell for but I will never regret have you.

Are these such kind of love only exists in movies series that we have been watching or is there anything true about this kind of feelings have been trying to figure out about this for a long time so I give myself a chance to watch many love movies read novels but I’ve been trying to compare the novels love with this in real life but I can’t figure out out find it.

True love

In my personal opinion I really don’t believe in true love anymore tell me what you think or advise me how I can really believe in love.

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33 thoughts on “True love

  1. I found that kind of love. My husband and I have been married for 47 years. We are still passionate about one another. The thing Hollywood doesn’t tell you is love can’t be forced. It generally comes when least expected. it also takes a lot of hard work and dedication. It is a commitment of the body and soul. I hope you find this kind of love in your lifetime.

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  2. True love is there somewhere. Maybe, the concept and degree vary according to its type.

    If you are talking about the love between a man and a woman, I can confirm that it comes true. The variations of this love depend on many factors. Some people are motivated by beautify of the beloved, the others are motivated by position .. etc.

    True love has to grow in a balanced environment. To make this love grow as long as possible, you have to provide all the suitable conditions for it. You may need to cultivate it in a good soil.

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      1. This is a religious concept of love. Or, what we may call “Love of Mankind” … Love between a man and woman is different. The bounds of love to the beloved do vary widely. You have the bound of character, religion, shape … If all these bounds do not come together, you may loose this love. So, when we love at first sight, we should look at the environment of our love. If it has no ground or rocky ground, it would never live long. For example, young man loved a woman with an age difference of 30 years … Of course, this man can not love her for a long period. You may need to seek his motivation behind this love!!!

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  3. I think, it’s just my personal opinion, that too many women watch love movies and TV series that are created on purpose to create illusions. I can tell you that no, true love is not what you see in the movies because in the movies you never see the sequel, so the couples all seem perfect, they love each other forever, everything goes well, like in favile, and there is always a happy ending. But in reality it is not like that, just read girls’ blogs and see how they suffer, how many women are betrayed, humiliated and how love is often a real hell. So I advise you not to watch these movies because all the girls I know who watch these movies continue to be single and have very different ideas about love from reality. I have been with a man for 17 years, 7 years of marriage, and I assure you that the more you don’t think about love, the more chances you will have of finding it.

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  4. It can be found ,and lived but it is nothing as portrayed in books and movies. Movies and books are based upon the idea of being in love. Not being in love, in and of itself. The idea of being in love means that the love turns sour at the first hint of trouble and the couple break up for the most infantile reasons. It becomes an emotional addition. A high the person is looking for, not love. They are chasing the heady feeling. Not lasting love. That’s what most novels are about.

    There will be conflicts for each person is different. Their differences is what attracted you to them. It’s how a couple grow and evolve as years pass signal if they will survive for years to come. No one remains the same person they were in their youth or even when you first met them. People age and mature and so will their love. You know things will work for the long haul if you and the person gives each other peace instead of grief. You two can always resolve your differences and disagreements in a civilized manner. Respect is the key to a lasting, rewarding relationship. Respecting your mate’s opinions and feelings. respect doesn’t necessarily means you agree with everything they say or do because you aren’t going to. Respect means not wanting your way all the time. Real love has no motivation other than wanting to be with you because they love you.

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  5. Post Script note — when life itself is an illusion or dream or only an expanded droplet , wtg to burst , can truth be far behind? D belief / faith / perception / hope / dream n endeavours carry it thru. D other side of d coin called Lov is anguish. Both R d same in all kinds of manners/ kinds / nature n contents. D dream/ hope part allows d anguish / challenges to be made liveable in maturing d searches towards alive living.


  6. “Some people still ask me ‘When you say you feel love, what do you mean?’ The love that I feel is totally unconditioned. This is the reason I can love you no matter what you do, no matter how you act, no matter where you come from, no matter what’s going on. I can love you because I love myself. And there is only one Self. So the Self that I love is you. It’s not separate.

    If I loved you as a separate entity I’d have a problem, for the separateness would show me different phases of your life. But I can’t do that. I can only love, for the Self is love. It is not a personal love. It is all-pervading. So, as I am an embodiment of love, you are in that love also. There is only one love and that love is consciousness, and you are that.”

    ~ Robert Adams (20th century American Advaita mystic)

    “Unconditional love really exists in each of us. It is part of our deep inner being. It’s not ‘I love you’ for this or that reason, not ‘I love you if you love me.’ It’s love for no reason, love without an object.
    When we see the Beloved in each person, it’s like walking through a garden, watching flowers bloom all around us.
    As you dissolve into love, your ego fades. You’re not thinking about loving; you’re just being love, radiating like the sun.”

    ~ Ram Dass (20th-21st century American Advaita mystic)

    “Love is a state of being. Your love is not outside; it is deep within you. You can never lose it, and it cannot leave you.”

    Eckhart Tolle

    Love is not a reaction. If I love you because you love me, that is mere trade, a thing to be bought in the market; it is not love. To love is not to ask anything in return, not even to feel that you are giving something – and it is only such love that can know freedom.”

    J Krishnamurti

    Is it possible for the rose to say,
    “I will give my fragrance
    to the good people
    who smell me,
    but I will withhold it
    from the bad”?

    Or is it possible for the lamp to say,
    “I will give my light
    to the good people
    in this room,
    but I will withhold it
    from the evil people”?

    Or can a tree say,
    “I’ll give my shade
    to the good people
    who rest under me,
    but I will withhold it
    from the bad”?

    These are images of what love is about…

    Anthony De Mello


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