I once thought I know what true love is.
Really, do I?
Is it the feeling every morning when I wake up and start looking for her?
Is it the immeasurable frustration that I feel when I don't see or hear her for a day, the unexplainable sadness of not smelling her perfume?
Is it the extraordinary joy that I feel when I'm sitting beside her, her head peacefully resting on my shoulder?
Nah, that can't be it.
Perhaps it is the never ending pain and suffering of losing her...
...or maybe the nights without sleeping and the days without eating...
...or can it be the weekly inuman with peers and friends?
I don't think so.
They say that true love is the satisfaction and contentment one feels when one is with his special someone.
Then what if I'm not with her? Can I say that I truly love her?
And when a relationship ends, is it true love to hold on, or to move on?
"Love may take long. But it will always take you where you belong. Just hold on and enjoy the journey. No need to worry because your heart will know when it's finally home. Learn to trust the perfect time so that you may discover that all the pain found in waiting has a magnificent and awesome purpose. In God's time, you will fall in love for the right reason with the right person. When that time comes, love will be worth the wait, the tears, the pain. Then you'll forget you ever waited."