Everyone would want to have the story of ‘everlasting love’. Well that’s how most people call it. If you see scenes in the movie, you always imagine and crave events like that happen in your life. You may ask your partner to bring flowers, kneel while offering diamond rings, romantic dinners, or kissing under the Eiffel tower. With a little coercion, our spouse ends up following our wishes. Is this what we call everlasting love?
Everlasting love is a true story, when two different poles meet, attracting each other. Arise a chemistry (with a very complicated formula and no expert found it), then make each of the perpetrators want to be together. Sharing between love and sorrow stories.
Everlasting love when he’s upset with his work, finally cursing you. And you bring a cup of tea and open your arms wide to hold him and give him peace. Everlasting love when other couples scream with honeymoon stories in Bangkok, in Paris, or in Hawaii, and you spend time with him in a modest home, watching movies and joking.
Everlasting love sends a romantic message to him, without demanding and upset him with jealousy, but keeps him longing for you when he has to be on duty far away. Everlasting love willingly heat or rain on top of an old bike, both for the sake of another requirement, when neighbors engrossed forcing his partner to the most expensive and most luxurious car loans.
Everlasting love supports your spouse to stay passionate and forward, despite the threat of layoffs in sight (while continuing to pray for him to get the best). Everlasting love, sharing stories when anxiety, sadness and happiness are left in the heart. Everlasting love is always honest and open to each other, not a cover-up even though its purpose for happiness though.
How everlasting your love? You decide the next story.