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"I maintain that Truth is a pathless land, and you cannot approach it by any path whatsoever, by any religion, by any sect. Truth, being limitless, unconditioned, unapproachable by any path whatsoever, cannot be organized; nor should any organization be formed to lead or to coerce people along any particular path. You must climb towards the Truth. It cannot be 'stepped down' or organized for you." - author: Jiddu Krishnamurthi

Tuesday, December 26, 2006

Strange relationships

Relationships are always interesting in the way they start. I'm often curious about how people get to meet and know each other to finally share common paths of life. In the beggining of the making of a relationship, small details can have a big impact on one's life with time. Sometimes minor events have a ripple effect that affects one's life immensely, something like the butterfly effect. Two persons can get close by mere coincidence, but there are various factors that come to play also, like the environment in which they meet, the mood in which both are, the words that are spoken, the actions from each and lots of minor events or details. It's like the perfect mix, and you have all the ingredients that could trigger love and attachment, thus relationship.

One of the most awkward and still very interesting situation that I've experienced and seen others experience too is somewhow difficult to describe. I believe it is something that happens to each and everone of us at least once in our life.

How does this happen? Well here's how i've experienced it some time back and maybe some of you out there did also. There's a time when you unexpectedly meet someone who shares your daily routine. Someone who since the first time you meet or get to know seems to be special but you don't realise or want to think about it for various reasons. Something inside you shows a growing interest towards that person but you give it to credit that he/she has an interesting personality. Then as time flows by and both get to know each other better, the relationship start to grow into friendship. Each would stay in their corner and enjoy the presence of each other, it is a relationship where mutual appreciation is the bond. However, deep inside each would develop something which is much more than the mere friendship that the outside world would see. Something that happens naturally and you don't do anything to prevent or suppress it. Situations might not make the rise of such feelings appropriate but still you can't help it and start to become closer. At the peak of it, no one would dare reveal what they feel for each other. In fear of loosing or breaking the current relationship. You keep on hesitating between friendship and love. You find yourself so confused and afraid to take any step further. Living with such a feeling is what I think is among the greatest dilemma one could be faced with in terms of relationship. You would not be able to make your mind and would tend to look for slight details or any reaction from the other that could mean he/she has the same feelings or is in the same situation as you are. But even when you do see a reaction that could indicate so, you would still remain confused cause the fear is still there. But then comes the moment of bliss, when yet another detail triggers the actions that makes both the closest ever and the relationship is unveiled. Knwowing that the other has the same feelings as you and realising how deep your feelings are is happinness that is uncomparable. It cannot be described but only experienced...

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2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

What you describe is called "love" by society and girly books and ends with marriage. Following from what you state we should agree that these feelings are not restricted to singles, so a married person could have this "feeling" for someone else or a single could have it with a married person. Are we daring enough to live to the fullest and take accept the consequences of these choices in life .....

Guess who :-)

30 December, 2006 17:41  
Blogger inspirone said...

Daring, that's an interesting action to take. Life is full of happy events and happiness is the meaning of life. Are we ready to bear the consequences for wanting to be happy? Whoever you are, remember that we have only one life and it does not last forever... :)

03 January, 2007 09:29  

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