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Love dies of weariness, of withering, of tarnishingBY: Mala Parikh Shroff | Category: Relationships | Post Date: 2009-09-11
'Love never dies a natural death. It dies because we don't know how to replenish its source. Love dies of blindness and errors and betrayals. It dies of illness and wounds; it dies of weariness, of withering, of tarnishing ' Anais Nin Quote.
It means that loving someone in your mind is never enough.. One constantly needs to feed this emotion to the other person, Love dies or withers away when we take our loved ones for granted, actually not showing love is like a betrayal to the other person, so many of us shy away from giving a compliment or hugging or making someone feel important. Like for e.g you love a child - how does the child know that? Because it sees affection showered on -like we hug, kiss, spend time and buy things - to sum it up we do everything that makes the child feel loved.
This scenario is true for everyone we love in our lives... Love requires lots of energy.. just saying that you love a person is never enough - need to show it, make the person feel elevated, encourage them, be there for them etc...if we fail it dies of illness and wounds - I think sometimes we get wound up in ourselves and don't realize the impact of hurt we impart on when are lying, getting mad, being angry, saying mean things to our loved ones.. that's when the love starts getting tarnished and weak. Heart satisfying closeness can exist within all relationships, but they cannot happen if attention and time is not bestowed upon the other person.
Every relationship needs to have a strong will and intention to be personally involved and connected at the heart and will not sustain without energy and effort input on our part.
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