So.. I was listening to a particular song and this just hit me.. it’s just a small post:
So, if according to my definition, love is unconditional care, then I think I’ve figured out the meaning of this.
“Ishq di mere mitra pehchan ki, mit jaave jado zidd apnaan di”
Well you know, if loving someone is unconditional care.. then being with them or not is just not important you see.. it just matters that they’re with someone who can take of them according to you. I mean if you think you can take the best care of them, then sure.. you wanna be with them.. but If you think someone else can take better care of them.. then you’d want them to be with this person.. it all depends on self confidence, doesn’t it?
Well.. that solves the mystery to Kal Ho Na Ho, Namastey London and all those other love stories where the hero is ready to sacrifice his lady love..
P.S. I know this post isn’t anything important, but it just hit me and I guess I just wanted to share..
P.P.S. Here’s the song I was listening to:
P.P.P.S. That song there is dedicated to a special[definitely] friend[maybe] of mine who has been so so understanding..I just wanna say..
You are the most polite person I’ve ever met.. and I just couldn’t believe how you were taking all my ranting and were still pacifying me and just trying to make me understand, I mean you didn’t get irritated for even one second… and just your overall attitude.. I think I have suffered a big loss losing you as a friend.. anyway.. have a happy life and keep rocking that attitude!
4 thoughts on “Another small point about love..”
Thanks for the logic — now i get the point behind all those movies too 😀
You’re welcome 😛
I never imagined love to be defined as something so simple as unconditional care but, that definitely hits the nail on the head. I’m remembering someone very close to me saying that if you truly love someone, then the most important thing to YOU should be to see THEM happy. Whether it be with you in their life or not. I had a hard time grasping that subject for awhile. But now I get it.
Well I’m glad I could be helpful.