Sundari Venkatraman an Amazon first ranker is honoring our blog with her guest post today . Please welcome her with a sweet milk rabri as she going speak about love in today′s times .
Over to you Sundari ,
‘Love’ the word is hyped by gen X. What in actuality is the definition of true love?
I think the word “Love” has been given importance down the ages, not just by Gen X. As for a definition, it could be pretty varied for different people.
Personally, I think true love is that which isn’t possessive; doesn’t hold back the other; knows how to let go, confident that the love will come back if it belongs to one.
In a way, you can say that “love” is overly hyped nowadays by Gen X in the sense that people are desperate in their relationships with their partners. For example, there is the guy who throws acid on the woman he loves, only because she doesn’t return his feelings. It’s an insult to the word.
And then there is the woman who wants to break the man’s married life, just because he doesn’t return her “love” for him. Isn’t that simply scary?
I know of this guy who’s been in love with a girl for years. She doesn’t love him. It doesn’t really matter to him. He’s not gone searching for love elsewhere and lives his life happily. Yeah, you read that right. He lives happily, without any anger or animosity towards her. This is what I would call “true love”.
To get to my novella, The Smitten Husband, Ram is so much in love with his wife, that he’s ready to let her go once he realises that she is not be happy in the marriage. Understanding well that she might not be welcomed back into her family, he even offers to help her get trained and set up her own business, ensuring her independence. This is what I would call “true love” and it’s all about setting free the person you love.
I hope I have managed to answer your thought-provoking question. Thank you so much for hosting me on your blog.
And I hope you all will enjoy reading this GP by Sundari on this blog ie Romance Writer With Walnut Cup Cakes.
With Lots of Love an Hugs ,
Sweety from Romance Writer With Walnut Cup Cakes