Have you ever wondered why we fall in love?
Why is it that the very sight of that person has us sweating palms and has butterflies running through our stomach?
Love works mysteriously.
It has its ups and downs but never a dull moment.
It has us questioning why or how it could ever happen to us.
Love is calm, patient, and kind.
But love can show us a different side.
It can envy, have rage, and jealousy.
Can loving someone change who we are inside?
Who we were meant to be?
Or can loving someone make us into a better person?
Is it okay to let someone love you and have them change the way you see the world around you?
Is that person helping you become a better version of yourself?
Or just another version of themselves?
Is it okay to let that person influence your thoughts of who you are?
Shouldn't loving someone mean loving every little imperfection they have?
In other words, taking that person as who they are/
Or is it okay to love someone but not love everything about them?
Is it right to love somebody more than you love yourself?
Or should loving yourself be just as important as loving that one special person?
Is it selfish to want someone all to yourself?
Is it wrong to never want to let them go?
Can love really be that powerful?
Can love influence us to do better, worse, more or less than what we normally would?
Love is full of questions and sometimes no answers.
But ask yourself this, "Does love have the ability to make rain fall?"