Love. Why is it the biggest emotion in the world? It makes us feel good when we're in it. It makes us miserable when we fall out of it. It never dies when we hold our children, when we lose a parent, when we look at our friends, siblings, grandparents. We love things too. One of the things I love is to have an evening a week and watch my Supernatural TV series on DVD. Not all 5 seasons of course! I love F1 too!
So. Why is it we cry when we are reminded of that love song that our ex used to sing or play to us? Why do we laugh when we do silly things for our loved ones?
I've been in love. I've felt the most intense feeling of wanting to make that person happy. I've felt the pain of losing that love when I walked away.
I've felt unrequited love. Both ends of the scale. I've experienced 'the one that got away' syndrome. We all have.
Why do we put ourselves through it? Why? Because we're human? Screw that. I want a proper definitive answer.
It hurts. It feels great. Its there to comfort you in your hour of need. Its there to tell you everything will be Ok. Its there to pick you up when you're down. It trips you up. It makes you want to scream. It makes you want to curl up and speak to nobody. It makes you complete and it makes you lonely. It is the way of the world.