The Dark Side Of Love..

Unconditional love?

Nah, it doesn’t fascinate me.

Well, having said that, everybody seems to be using this word these days, but seldom does anyone follow it. For me, love is something which happens with your growth in maturity – as an individual and within the soul as well. It’s not about smiling, giggling, but it’s about caring and facing the difficulties – at the back end of it. Every day you get up and do your routine work, nothing really special to remember. Nothing really matters. What matters is the image that comes before you close your sleepy eyes. The image that is inside you all day – which tends to flash every now and then. And you don’t have the sense to realise the destination where you actually end up landing without any control whatsoever. That is the effect of that image – anywhere, everywhere. This image is nothing but your love. Without her, you tend to hate everything and everyone. At work, she gets into your work, your reports, your records. At leisure, she is never out of your mind. The songs you love, kill you with her thoughts. All you want is to consume her love, her earthly body, her mind, her soul and even her spirit. You wanna own her completely. You can’t stand the sight of her talking to anyone else. You can’t stand the sight of her ignoring you. This is not unconditional love. This form of love is unique and destructive in nature. But it is by far purest too – as you don’t really give a damn to anyone else. For you, love and the object of love is the same and the only one, nothing else. This kind of love is destructive in nature ’cause it can harm your relationship with others and you turn villain in the eyes of worldly people – but you’re the hero of your own story. But what happens when your loved one gets to know about all these, about the real you? She will be over the moon, overwhelmed with joy which has no bounds. A woman wants nothing but loyalty. And this loyalty drives her crazy.

Unconditional love?

Nah, it’s not for me, not for her, not for us.


About the author:Β It’s not me. One of my cousins have written this post. He asked me not to reveal him & also mentioned that THIS IS A WORK OF FICTION πŸ˜› I seriously doubt this πŸ˜‰ But, he has been a support for me always and appreciates and guides me while writing. Hope you liked itΒ and you can also express yourself in the comments section πŸ˜€

46 thoughts on “The Dark Side Of Love..

  1. What a great post on Unconditional Love by your cousin Darshith! He is amazing with his words, it runs in the family πŸ˜‰ I hope he has his own WP blog now so we can all follow him because many people can relate to what he is saying I’m sure πŸ˜‰

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    • The unconditional one? Rarely but I want to believe that it exist πŸ˜‰ and I also believe that the conditional love can become unconditional, if there intrudes some miracle and I for sure, believe in miracles πŸ™‚ Thanks for the question and reading this article by my cousin πŸ˜‰

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      • To answer the question “Does (can) this kind of love (UC) exist?” ……. most certainly, as can a long and trouble free life when smoking a pack of cigarettes a day. In both circumstances it can happen, but the odds are very much against it.

        UC tends to work short-term but eventually, one person will feel that they want more permanence. There was much UC love back in the 60’s (Flower power/Hippy era) and for some it worked …… but only some. UC love benefits the man because he can move on as he feels necessary (no conditions to consider) however, the woman may well now have children (or want children) which dictates that she needs a greater level of stability. UC (read sexual freedom) is many persons dream, but life’s realities are very different so it becomes a maturity issue.


  2. So what would you say about it. Is love an enchanting feeling for those whose relationship strive and poison for those who don’t. Just asking in curiosity πŸ™‚

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    • Nope. My personal opinion is, till you both love each other and no matter the differences in thoughts, stick together and spend happy times together, it is great. But,once you start avoiding & lying, then problems start. Love is pure and pious, even when the ending is not happy πŸ˜‰

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  3. Because this whole Post rejects unconditional love, one has to deduce that conditional love is preferred by the author. What I find really interesting here is that nowhere did I read what the conditions were….. or did I overlook something?

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    • Yes, the conditional love is not mentioned. But, when we know that Love is seldom unconditional. I think, what my cousin was trying to express that, there are dependencies, when we take a huge decision. Loving and submitting to someone & making it all officail, is also a huge decision and with the dependencies like families of both partners and other things, Love loses the unconditional charm. Hopefully, we can see or feel more of unconditional love, just like a Mother’s love πŸ™‚ Thank you for your thoughts πŸ™‚


      • I think that your cousin should do a follow-up Post explaining what conditions he feels are relevant because conditional love without explaining the conditions is a bit like saying ‘Just sign on the dotted line…. but don’t read the contract.” I would be very interested in knowing what conditions are important to him as there are numerous relationship pitfalls which could be addressed, explored, and ramifications of same under “unconditional love” circumstances, understood.

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          • I think, all the love & comments will make my cousin come up with a sequel πŸ˜€ Thanks Bhanu πŸ˜€ and Colin πŸ˜‰ Making things clear is good, but also keeping the things a bit hazy and let the imagination of the reader run wild, is also something πŸ˜› Let’s hope for the best πŸ˜€

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            • Darshith: Letting the imagination run wild is great with a work of fiction, but I would suggest questionable when it comes to matters of the heart. Also “let’s hope for the best” is probably a very good definition of unconditional love …….. but hardly providing any sense of security or intended permanence. Really looking forward to the “sequel”. πŸ™‚

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  4. Just convey your cousin his post deserves an applaud and he should make his own WP Site! ! I am in a dire need to read good narratives! ! Thankyou πŸ™‚

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