To be in love is one of the most wondrous experiences in life. When we fall in love everything has a new meaning to give and life is not anymore ordinary but exciting and filled with enriching possibilities.
Indeed, falling in love is a great feeling and it gives us the power to see something unique and affirmable in the other which that person perhaps may have never sense or known. But, what if you fall in love to someone who doesn’t love you; is falling in love still the most wondrous experience in life? Hence, just what I have posted in my Facebook status last July 15, loving the person who doesn’t love you is the most difficult subject that we are ever likely to learn.
I asked myself; why does falling in love sometimes unfair and depressing; you’re truly, madly, deeply in love with someone but he or she doesn’t love you? Some people say, God allows it to happen simply because He wants us to be more persistent and persevering in loving. Loving is not all about expecting something extraordinary. Expecting something extraordinary in loving will soon end up into great anxiety and embarrassment. But, why does God allow it in the first place? We all agree that God has already planned something for us including our real beloved in life. Actually, it’s up to our free will whether we give up in loving that someone who doesn’t love us or not.
Yes, God has already prepared for us the suitable beloved for our life, but we have also the responsibility to use the integration of our free will and intellect to love that someone who doesn’t love us persistently and determinedly. Perhaps, he or she is the one who prepared or planned for us by God.
Loving the person who doesn’t love us is really the most difficult subject that we are ever likely to learn. It takes time, effort, hope, sincerity, and even faith. For me, it is better to love those who don’t love us than those who loved us but in the end will leave us in pain, desperation, and regrets. By the way, loving those who don’t love us is an exercise of one of the beautiful gifts that God gave us on our birth, i.e. eternal love.
To love someone who doesn’t love us may be really heart-breaking and depressing, but it’s a blessing because it is on that instance that we express eternal love which is something precious and noteworthy, yet only few people recognize and cherish it.