I Posted This As A Facebook Status But Figured I'd Blog It Too (:

After a lot of thinking and writing down thoughts - and don't ask me why I've been thinking about this, because I honestly don't know the answer - I've reached a conclusion: I think people try to make love into something more exclusive, something less common, than it actually is.

Here is why: according to the dictionary, love is "a feeling of warm personal attachment or deep affection for another" - it's individual. You cannot tell someone what love is, because you only know what love is to you. And as far as... "deep affection" goes: if you feel it, you feel it, and it shouldn't be necessary to have to prove oneself to the doubters. So people, stop telling others that, "you don't know what love is," and "you're too young to know what love is," because that's not possible. A 14-year old is going to love someone in a different way than a 40-year old, but that doesn't make the love less real. Love is simple, it's just not always easy.



¢¾ The Norwegian Teenager

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