How do you measure the love you have for a person? What is this feeling as though you just want to work through everything with her, and just make sure that this will work? Is that actually love? Or is that desperation to keep things together because you have just never been able to hold anything together for a good amount of time?
Truth is that there is no measure to love. You just feel it. You can’t measure love. You can’t say “I love you this much”. You hear more “I love you so much”. Immeasurable. You cannot put a measure on love. That feeling lives deep within your heart and your gut about a person.
But what separates knowing that you actually love the person, from just trying to keep things together?
You can picture a future. You can picture yourself growing old with this woman. You can picture so many more years with her. Travelling. Talking. Teasing. Just a future, which you genuinely hope will eventuate into something like how you’ve always imagined it to be.
Can you measure love? No. And there is no need to. You feel it? You say it. And please don’t measure the number of times you say I love you to the person you love, because it can never be enough. You will only find yourself wondering why you didn’t, when things happen and it becomes too late.
Let’s stop measuring, and start pouring out the love that’s within us, to that special someone.