The title already says a lot I guess.
The only time I ever had these things they talk about in movies was when I wasn't looking for it. Perhaps it is only when you are free from most pressures and not trying to be anything that you can actually be your true self.
Of course this hasn't come out of nowhere. You know when you see movies and you remember things and start thinking.
It's such torture that you can only get stuff when you don't need them anymore. I wonder if this is how it's supposed to be or it's me misinterpreting life stuff again. What's nature trying to tell us here?
It seems that everything in life is a finger that points to another finger that points back to me.
Insecurity. Do (can) women really love us the same way we do them?
Of course. How can anything like this be true when it lasts so little? I do know it exists. I know other stuff too. Is it like a drug that makes us feel good just long enough so we can reproduce? If so, what should we do about it?
And a drug that makes us feel so bad after its effects wear off. What is the meaning of so much suffering after love has gone?
Deep down I know it's the attachment thing again. Is love enlightenment with a best before date set on it?
Is enlightenment love aeternum?