Love – Platonic in its Nature
Since the beginning of this world, it is only one thing that keeps us all alive and it is LOVE. It actually has no definition. And to limit ‘Love’ in to a verbal or written definition simply means killing its pure essence.
You just close your glittering eyes and a face will come in front of you. That’s a face of your loved ones. You truly love someone not because of his/her possessions or materialistic abundance. But, simply you would wish to be with him/her. You eagerly wait for that person and just want to live your whole life without any questions. That is what love is.
In real sense, love is neither true nor real. Love is simply love. Love has no synonymous is real world. You may find one in a grammatical dictionary. But life doesn’t work on bookish knowledge. Life is like a flowing river that keeps moving in its natural way. If there comes any hurdle, it passes through and makes its own way.
Love is a pure feeling to be with someone. You love and like to be loved by someone who cares for you. You die to live in a company of your favorite person. It connects you without any logic and intelligence. It is absence of intelligence.
As love is concerned with heart, it is always said that “love is blind’. There are thousands of people who accept that it is blind because they have experienced love. They fell in love and they are living a marvelous and majestic life with someone for whom they are ready to sacrifice anything and everything.
We have a true story of Layla and Majnun. Whenever there is a discussion on love, people across the world remember these two true lovers. They are always remembered because they loved each other so desperately that they became the milestone of love.
Love of Layla and Majnun was as pure as dew drops. It happened in 7th century when Qais ibn Al-Mulawah and Layla fell in love and now they are known as Layla & Majnun. They were deeply in love with each other. Layla’s father was against this relationship and he did not permit her daughter to marry with Qais. He loved her so much that people gave him an epithet ‘Majnun’. It means a crazy. Their love story is now world famous.
Love doesn’t mean cheating or bodily relationships. Love of Layla and Majnun was called as ‘Virgin Love’ or in another word, it is Platonic love. They love in order to love. They have no other intention. Their pure intention is loving the opponent wholeheartedly without any condition.
In Hindi cinema, there are many movies that depict the story of Layla & Majnun. There are many poems written on them. So, love is a pure and pious feeling that comes out of one’s pure heart. And it attracts pure heart too.
If you are in love with someone, it’s time to say ‘I love you’. Have no obsession and no possession. It you are having possession of that person….do you think it is love? Think over it! Simply love and make the world loving and beautiful.