Since the dawn of homo sapiens, we have been researching, experimenting, and trying to crack the secret code of love. Many of us seem to have forgotten that in the early days, free love was a scarcity. From aristocrats to slaves, marriages and relationships were often given as mandates and choices of individuals with greater power and authority for political, religious, material, and personal gain. Thus, there are the great love tragedies of “Romeo and Juliet” and “Abelardo and Eloísa”, as well as countless others who were carelessly persecuted for their innocent expression of love. These tragic love stories left many of us wondering, why is it so difficult to love and what is it like to experience that depth of love?
Free will love has come a long way in the 21st century through the evolution of human love experiences, technological advancement, and cultural changes. In today’s more liberal societies, people have the freedom to choose and express their admiration and wishes to the subjects of their affection with little or no consequence. However, in societies where we can freely choose who we want to love, we have witnessed an increase in the divorce rate, a decrease in the marriage rate, and more people delaying marriage for different reasons.
Duality of love
But regardless of whether we follow the love model of “Abelardo and Eloísa” from ‘follow one to the end of hell’ to ‘you are only one of the 100 people I am seeing and what is your name?’, We experience the universal conditions of pleasures and pains, the union and the final disintegration of love and relationships, no matter how little or how much we love. No matter how much wealth and power one possesses, one is still subject to the emotional and physical transgressions of others.
So if we know the ultimate end of any love and relationship, why do we continue to relentlessly pursue love, whether in the form of a committed monogamous relationship or sleeping with as many people as we can? What do we pursue in our teens, 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s, 60s, 70s, and up to the moment of our death? And if we are to look back on our lives, would we regret the times when we don’t try harder, the people we’ve hurt, and most painful of all, we easily let go of that person who awakens our soul, just to learn So? too late.
Pleasures and pains are the twin brothers of love. We cannot wait for one and not the other. We believe that we deserve God’s love and that it is someone else’s responsibility to make us happy. If we want love like God’s, then we must work like God. If we are unwilling onlyfans free trial
to open our hearts to experience judgment, disappointment, and pain when experiencing love, how can we ask for a love that brings us happiness? If we are not willing to overcome our egos and karmic conditioning, how can we manifest a love that brings us meaning? If we are unwilling to heal the deepest wounds in our soul, how can we hope to live without pain?
The true nature of love
Perhaps we can think of ourselves as individuals who have come together to help each other learn and master the experiences of love and separation in its different forms: commitment, marriage, infidelity, rejection, betrayal, and abandonment. Therefore, when faced with repetitive failure, disappointment, and pain, we do not give up easily and continue to seek, learn, and understand the true nature of love. By doing so, we can look beyond the rise and fall of the constant changes in our everyday interactions and relationships.