Well, the topic is not easy, because many say, ah! Love is an “invention” of writers, poets, playwrights, dreamers and, I've been told, it's no longer silly because what counts is just being able to find someone to raise a family and “perpetuate” your name.
However, stubborn as I am, I dare to contradict this "theory", because without love as we exist as people. First of all, if a person doesn't love himself, why then struggle to have a good life? Strive to be recognized, valued?
Love is one of the greatest motivators for us to move forward, induces in human beings the desire to give themselves to others, to look at the world around them, admiring nature, the smile of children, the fun fuss of many species of animals, such as the puppies, to the wonders of paths that lead us to new discoveries, even being alone, lead the imagination to unknown places, but full of beauty.
You can be sure, at least once in your life, you've caught yourself thinking about how good it would be to have someone to love and have that feeling reciprocated.
The most skeptical (unbelievers) will read and say: “Wow, how much imagination, I only believe in what I can see, take something concrete that gives me some advantage”.
However, everything that skeptics proclaim as reasons to disbelieve this feeling is precisely what makes it so true and proves its existence: or is there a greater "advantage" than knowing that there is another person full of goodness feelings, willing to share life with yours, to have around you a world where the blessing of love can create a better world, where people, animals, nature, smile and wish to create, renew, extend to the other, saying: " You can trust me, I'm here for whatever comes and goes and, even if I'm not the strongest, I'll always be your friend, companion, offering my shoulder, with a lot of LOVE.
Here I launch a "challenge" to those who discredit Love, give yourself the opportunity to look at the world around you, with eyes of the heart, of sensitivity, leaving aside what, deep down, you don't have the courage to admit: is afraid to "try". To love, get used to it and say to yourself: “how much time I wasted, without knowing this feeling, I'm glad I woke up in time”.
Love, in all its forms, between parents and children, friends, siblings, animals, nature, believe me, it has no contraindications, no side effects, it is a medicine, capable of healing, body and soul, when true, it works great miracles.