Wednesday, October 21, 2009

“Love doesn’t make the world go round.
Love is what makes the ride worthwhile.”
~Franklin P. Jones

One time a baby girl lay near death, critically injured in an automobile accident. She desperately needed a blood transfusion, but no one could be found who shared her rare blood type.
In the midst of their frantic search, the doctors discovered that the child's older brother, Kevin, had the right type of blood. Anxious to proceed, one of the doctors sat down with the seven-year-old boy and talked quietly with him.

"Your sister is very sick, son," he said, "and if we don't help her, she's not going to live. I want to know if you are willing to give your blood to help your baby sister?"

His face pale with fear, Kevin seemed to struggle with his answer. But after a few moments, he said softly, "Yes, I will."

The little boy watched sadly and silently as his blood flowed from his arm through the tube. "We're almost finished," the doctor smiled encouragingly."

Kevin's eyes filled with tears. "How long 'til I die?" he whispered.

Looking at him in amazement, the doctor realized that Kevin thought he had been asked to give all his blood to save his sister. That brave little boy had believed that his act of mercy for his sister would cost him his life. Yet he was willing to do it!

"Someday, someone is going to walk into your life and make you realize why it never worked out with anyone else."

This phrase makes alot of sense now.

I'm not sure if i'll ever find anyone else who would put me in the centre of his universe and placing me as the most important aim of his life.

I'm not sure if i'll ever find anyone else who would sacrifice so much, and change alot of his past habits, just for the security of our relationship.

I'm not sure if i'll ever find anyone else who would love me no matter how bad my temper is, coming to hug me whenever we have a big quarrel over the littlest things.

I'm not sure if i'll ever find anyone else who would put up with my nonsense and ridiculous requests, and doing them without any hint of reluctance.

He's unbelievable.
How could someone have all the things i ever wanted that all my exes weren't able to give? It's not about the ability to give material and riches. It's about the little thoughts, the effort, time and sincerity people put into a relationship. I trust my instincts in relationships, and most of the time im right.

And what made me feel special, was that he used to be such a bad lover to his exes. Even his friends wondered what made him change so much, the first time he would put a gf on top of his list.

I dont want to list more. I dont want to jinx my own words.
But i guess this phrase is really true "when you are happy and contented with life, you are afraid of death more than when you are down"

I'm really afraid one day something would happen to myself or him (usually in images of horrid gross accidents). My friends have already started calling me paranoid!

Who knows what would happen several months down?

I've always believed in true love but not forever love. I dont think people can love another person (who has no blood relation) for more than at most afew years. After that, it's just responsiblity (if they are married). Especially in our circumstances, because we meet almost every day. Wont sian one meh?

Sometimes i still believe that a leopard will never change its spots. I believe one day he'll go back to his old ways - because maybe now the relationship is still fresh? (although he claimed that he has never had such strong feelings for any other girl for more than 3-5 months before, unlike us, because after so long we are still in our honeymoon period).

SX is great now, because he loves me.
But what if one day, it fades? I can't control that, right?

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