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Failing in Love.

Behind every beautiful thing, there hides some pain.

In a matter of few years, you grow up, you start studying, you begin seeing things, your days go by imagining about your better days, you romance with your thoughts, you intrinsically crave for someone’s attention, you fantasize about all the great mythical love stories and your world seems to be revolving around mainly two emotions. You either like it or you dislike it.

Falling in love is not easy. Staying in love is even tougher. Loving someone completely without expecting a thing in return is a task which can reveal the deepest and rare shades of human nature.

I take love as the most precious startup that has its two amazing co-founders with a shared vision or a similar thought frequency. It needs huge tons of investment in the form of time, effort and commitment. It requires money too to keep it going. The passion, the desire and the hunger to keep striving to be better is something that cannot be overlooked.

Failing in love has taught me few lessons which I would like to pen down:

1. You cannot let go: You have your inhibitions and you refuse to let go off them. Sometimes you don’t want to leave them behind and the other times they are just part of your system, you just cannot get rid of them.

2. You are not as brave as you thought: Love strengthens you, it should be your shield, it should sail your boat no matter how stormy the night is and how deep the waves are but not all of us can keep it afloat.

3. Giving up before trying: It’s just sad and heart-breaking to know when you give up before even trying. You abandon what you started, you act like a stranger and you end up getting lost.

Only if we could have the courage to love without imposing conditions on our hearts an heads, we can definitely be happier people.

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