Wednesday, November 17, 2010

“I love you not only for what you are, but for what I am when I am with you. I love you for the part of me that you bring out.” - Roy Craft

Simplicity for me is essentially breaking down things into smaller parts and then fitting them in the jigsaw puzzle that I designed, and once the pieces fit bingo! I understand it, it goes inside my dictionary. Somehow, whenever I encounter this word or emotion or shall we say phenomenon called love, its been difficult or tiring to simplify it, part of it has to be attributed to my amazingly learning experiences on the subject; But not taking a cynic point of view on the same and looking at it rather from a third person's or a more objective point of view, to simplify or define it has been rather complicated (pun intended), hence while reading the last Sunday's newspaper I came across this statement "In love, its all about who you feel to be in other person's presence". This makes it simplistic yet endearing in a sort of way that after a very long time, I could feel it clicking inside, it had been defined in the way that it fits all the pieces of the puzzle that were scattered. It was feeling those drops of rain on your face when you look at the sky with closed eyes and splash!! they come quickly, worth the feeling of anticipation. Perhaps the fitment is also subject to the past experiences of the same and the realization that it hasn't happened yet and the joy of having found something you thought was lost forever. Yes indeed !!!

Before I finish this post, just adding another dimension, since dimensions is another of my favorite subjects with the aspect of parallel universe but that's digressing from the point. Somehow, its always the simplistic things which in order to be more simplified result in complications which weren't required. I feel light and am floating with a lightness from an unknown feeling of just being me!

1 comment:

  1. loved your pose neha... welcome back!
    good to see you writing a hopeful post about love... you are truly 'learning to change' :)
    keep writing...