do you remember the song by gnash…..i hate you…i luv u…
have a look at the lyrics here…
Still missing you
And I can’t
See the end of this
Just wanna feel your kiss
Against my lips
And now all this time
Is passing by
But I still can’t seem to tell you why
It hurts me every time I see you
Realize how much I need you
I hate you, I love you
I hate that I love you
Don’t want to but I can’t put nobody else above you
I hate you, I love you
this song got a line….I NEED YOU(these three words got a much deeper meaning)
There are numerous things in life that we need: food, clothing, shelter, love, purpose, hope, joy, a sense of belonging, etc. For relationships, it is imperative that we feel we are of some value (at the very least) to the other person. Being of value doesn’t always mean fulfilling a need; but more commonly, it means that we are listened to—our words and feelings bear consideration. (ummm)
When we are important to another person, what we say and how we feel mean something. When this isn’t the case, we feel this urge to pack up and leave.(yea..everyone feel so)
If someone is important to us, we tend to notice a great deal of detail about them–shape, size, color, scent, likes, dislikes, hobbies, dreams, aspirations, fears, mannerisms, idiosyncracies, nuances, quirks, etc. They draw our attention…our interest. Why? Because they are important to us. And that is also the reason why we feel that if our feelings, actions, and words are taken for granted, we are unimportant.(okay)
However, if our love for a person outweighs our love for ourselves, we tend to disregard being taken for granted. Our love for this other person, compels us to continue doing things for him/her despite being hurt, or taken for granted. The deepest kind of love does not ask for anything in return, it is unconditional, unwavering, and eternal.(indeed)
How many people do we love this way?
I image it is only a handful..
Your spouse, your children, your parents? (true…isn’t it)
Perhaps. If someone shows their love for us, I think that we should endeavour to appreciate what he/she does for us.
Being unwanted, unloved, uncared for, forgotten by everybody, i think that.is a much greater hunger, a much greater poverty than the person who has nothing to eat. —Mother Teresa
- I am a writer…i want to know how you feel about such topic..
talk to me…i am listening 🙂