So this is something I’ve been thinking about for a while. I have a very clear definition of ‘Love’ personally, and I was wondering what people thought of it, so I’ll tell you.
I don’t think there is a finite amount of love which I can give. There are lots of people in this world who I love and I’m certainly not ashamed of dishing it out like it’s going out of fashion. And if I love a person then I give them my 100% on everything (though there is, of course, a hierarchy which I follow in terms of who gets that 100% first) and I try my best to be the best friend, or girlfriend, or family member that I can be.
I’m not going to go on about the people that I love, because I know that they know who they are. They’re all the kind of people who I will keep loving no matter what, and I think that’s important. When you start a relationship with someone, no matter what kind it is – friendship, romantic, or just being a good daughter or sister – I think you should go into it expecting it to be hard. I know that a lot of the people who I love and have loved have let me down in the past, and it’s been really painful, but then I can’t help thinking it would have been so much worse if I’d not been willing to give them my all to start with. I would have missed out on some amazing experiences and memories.
I suppose what I am saying is that you shouldn’t be shy with your love, or afraid to get hurt. You probably will, and it will probably be horrible, but there will be so much to make up for it that you won’t really mind anyway. And in terms of family especially, they should always get all your love, because often they love you so much and so quietly that it might pass without you ever knowing it. But trust, they love you.
Have a loved-up night guys.