It has been said that love is blind. For me, love is not blind, but we sometimes become blind when fall in love. We usually have been hearing lots of stories of true love. In some story we got the parents in a position of villain in others, we got the society as obstacles. We always want that the love will win the battle and uphold its dignity. But did love always deserve win? Aren’t we experiencing lots of cases where a true love (which seems true) becomes a burden after marriage? Does it really need to tell your parents goodbye or break a lifelong family bonding only for a person?
I obey true love and I obey my parents even more and respect what they do for me. Everybody among us might agree with me that we have the most trusted relationship with our parents. We can’t ignore them just for an ignition of love which might be a long lasting one or might end after a few years.
I do not ask anybody keep themselves away from love, but think twice before say yes to your intended counterpart. I must suggest becoming friendlier, but being careful to chose a soul mate. In an age what we called teenage we generally remain more emotional. At this time we do not have enough tolerance to assess. In this age limit, most of the cases we experience where love do not sustain for long time, what I call an attraction for opposite gender rather than love. For me love is what which deserves more respect than physical attraction. So take it as an advice “First know well, and then say yes.”
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Md. Shariar Siddiqui