There are things that we like to think that they are forever. But the reality is that practically nothing is forever. Not even the most intense emotions of which we human beings are capable.
They require care to be healthy and flourish. They need constant watering, compost, heat, or they can also die. I think human beings are too idealistic in this regard, or the environment has made us so.
Since we were little our parents, the cinema, the TV and a long etcetera, sell us the image of ideal love, of "they lived happily ever after", of "love can do everything", and an even longer etcetera, which makes us to think that in reality life is like that, and that all that will fall from the sky naturally "when our time comes", "when God so decides", etc, etc, etc.
But the reality is not like that, or at least not completely. Emotions, whether we like it or not, can also have an expiration date, and unlike a product that we can buy in the supermarket, people do not come with a label that says "once this heart is opened, keep it refrigerated" or "better if is loved before 40 ”.
A few days ago I was thinking about passion, and how capricious it can be. It is like those plants that one does not know if they are sunny, shady, "semi-shadow" or what. If you don't water it a lot, it dries up, but if you water it too much, it drowns. It is truly an enigma, and also, with each person it is different.
Currently I find myself in that dilemma. Suddenly something unexpected happened that made my passion with this person grow like weeds invading all the fields of my life, and suddenly something else happened, apparently most innocent, that like a plague of locusts it devoured it almost in an instant.
Now we are both confused and we do not understand what happened, and we are beginning to wonder if passion has an expiration date and does not escape programmed obsolescence, or is it simply bipolar, tripolar or multipolar.
Just in case, and after analyzing the latest and unexpected events, and the fact that passion may only come to those who find it feeding desire, we have been working hard on it, so I leave you, we have a someone else's bed to taste as part of our investigation ... if we come to any conclusion I will share it with you in another post, or not ... well, we'll see.
—"Yes honey, I'm coming, just let me upload this to Hive or I will forget it later and we only have half an hour before the neighbors return, in the meantime start changing the sheets!"
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