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Love, Destiny and Time! Beyond the Connection –Series 1
In the fortnight, I have been in the field wilding for ideas that will become my next blog post. Searching forth and back like a hunter in the bush looking for what to eat. Like I once said, my insatiable urge for knowledge has always spurred my interest in learning new things. And the more I learn new things, the more I discover that there is more to know, so I keep digging.
This reminds me of my freshman year when I took a programing course in my second semester. I felt so fulfilled after the course and believed I already know everything about software engineering. I tried quite hard to resist the intrusive thought of dropping out of school to go and compete in the labour market because I found it dicey distinguishing myself from the already-made software engineers. By then, I could develop booking application for hotels and airline companies, I could develop customized enterprise software and I could work on complex algorithm model. I would always say, why continue when I already have all it takes? However, I discover there is more to learn as I move along the lane– Of course with more curiosity.
This morning, I woke up with a very heavy head and said to myself, I have made my greatest discovery in life – LOVE. While I was shuffling my ideas and spotting the ones that would be appropriate for blog post, I took a moment to ask people around me their opinion about love, and I got dazzling comments. The first person said passionately, “love is life.” Another person said love only exists in Nollywood. Then I heard someone said love is blind.
However way you think about it, Love is a humanly concept that shows the bound of affection and understanding for one another. But if you look at the way the world is today, this definition has been seriously violated. Men are driven by ravenous greed and the morbid desire to better themselves alone. This induces them to take up arms against one another at the benefit of individual interest. But it is a mere misconception because experience would soon teach them they have only gone from bad to worse. Love is an important concept of life; the world’s greatest asset. A nation is built with love, and the world revolves around love!
I could guess right that I have not met the expectations of many so far. Many youths are disposed to discussing love in a romantic view of a man and a woman. I thought as much and I still do. There have been many sweet times, disappointments and many heartbreaks in relationships; I squeezed my heart and I see more coming. Those that are there will understand better.
But who says love is not good? Who dare open mouth to say it is not real? Do not underestimate the feel of emotion you get when you begin to fall in love–it is more than a thrill. More than satisfaction, more than relief; you will experience a tingle of sexual anticipation in an innocuous way. And if you eventually get there, you will feel empowered and magnificently self-confident. Those feelings will spread across your facets and saturate your entire life. What more can be real?
In my next post, I will share with you my insight into some of the less-obvious that can help you advance your love life rapidly.
I have prepared a sequence of posts base on my discoveries and experience that I believe can help transform your life.
“Love is Life.”