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Sun, Aug. 7th, 2005 10:56 pm
Love as a Bridge

I think that I'm starting to understand and come to terms with the nature of love that I've kind of always known intuitively. One of the reason I think it's important for me to understand this is because it can really affect what happens in the ways that I pursue relationships, especially with the intention of marriage. Maybe it doesn't apply to everyone, but it may also be helpful to others as an observation. Take it as you will...

Recently, I've come up with an analogy of love that seems to explain a lot for me. Love can bridge all gaps, but the larger the gap, the more energy and maintanance it requires. Looking as love as a bridge between two people and the inevitible distance between them is an interesting look at the ways love can survive and why it often fails. Like a bridge, if love is not cared for, it will break apart. And if that bridge is covering a wider gap, it's going to require more maintanance. If there's too much stress on the bridge and not enough can be done to maintain it, it will fall.

Love may be all you need, but love is not a universal constant when humanity is involved.

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gentledarkness
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Tue, Aug. 9th, 2005 11:56 pm (UTC)

I like it.


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