We all want to be loved. I’m not talking about a relationship, that’s different, but we all crave love. We all want to be loved, crave to be loved in some way. Sometimes, it’s from family… we want approval, we want to make whoever birthed us or raised us proud. We crave their attention. Other times, we want to be loved by society, to have a following, to leave an imprint in someone else’s life, to make a difference. We want to be socially accepted, as much as people deny it, and they act as their own person, they want someone to agree with them, perhaps even follow them. We want to be heard, our ideals and ideas marveled at. Still at other times, we want a companion, a lover, a soulmate. Now, that kind of love runs deep, the type that hits the heart, takes one’s breath away, influences the soul.
You see, whether you recognize it or not, we are surrounded by the concept of love, or to be loved. But in today’s day and age, we takes such a strong and powerful word for granted, and a lot of people don’t really take it seriously. It gets tossed at people in hopes of achieving something that was ill-inspired, malevolent even. But such is life.
I want to bring back the true meaning of love, to be able to back it up not only with actions and habits, but make it a routine thing. I want to show you love, have you taste it, and feel it resound in the depths of your being. I want you to never question the validity of it all.
When you love someone, make sure it’s known, that there is no question about it, and that you can prove it by any means.
When you really love someone, let them know.