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Shattered Dreams

Escaping nights without you with shadows on the wall
My mind is running wild tryin hard not to fall
You told me that you love me but say I’m just a friend
my heart is broken up into pieces
Cos i know I’ll never free my soul
it’s trapped in between true love and being alone
When my eyes are closed the greatest story told
I woke and my dreams are shattered here on the floor

December 17, 2011 at 9:11 pm 1 comment

I Miss him

Most of the day i try not to think bout him but every moment i miss him. My friend said go and talk with him. Why you are torturing your self. There is no ego in love so go and talk. just give it an other chance and all these sort of things. But i dont know what keeping me away from doing this. yah i miss him like hell but i am ok or m i deceiving myself that i am ok.

P.S. i have promised some of my friends that i will talk to him this weekend . lets see, weekend is here.

April 8, 2011 at 10:56 pm Leave a comment

Mohabat to Barish Ki tarah hai


Mohabat to barish ki tarah hai.   kabhi taiz tofan to kabhi halki boonda bari, kabhi thamtay thamtay barasnay lagay or kabhi barastay barastay aik dam say ruk jay.

Mohabat to Barish ki tarah hai keh  is barish may bheegtay jao or man ki gehraion tak bheegh jao.

Lakin

Barish ki boondon ko hatheli peh thama to ja sakta hai,  muthi may band nahi kiya ja sakta…

Mohabat to Barish ki tarah hai

May 12, 2010 at 10:11 pm Leave a comment

A Gift from Heaven

 

Real and authentic love in the romantic sense, and not merely sexual attraction, is a form of grace and a gift from Heaven. It rips through our soul like a powerful hurricane, uprooting our usual attachments and habits. It yanks the roots of our soul from the soil of complacency and self-centeredness. It causes joy as well as pain, ecstasy as well as longing. It detaches the soul from other entanglements and attaches it to the object of one’s love, even overcoming the mind’s scattered thoughts and concentrating the mind on that single object. Something of the absoluteness of the love for God becomes reflected in such a human love that requires utter selflessness and unlimited giving. Such a love, if authentic, does not diminish if the beloved becomes less beautiful outwardly and loses his or her external attractiveness because the object of that love is the person and not his or her attributes, which may be pleasing to the lover at one moment and not so later on. That is why authentic romantic love grows rather than diminishes as time goes on. Such a love is a gift from God to His creatures, whom He created in pairs, as the Qur’an asserts, and this love cannot in the deepest sense be separated from the love for God and God’s love for us

 

 

Page 65, “The Spiritual Significance of Human Love,” in The Garden of Truth, by Seyyed Hossein Nasr (Hurricane)

April 3, 2009 at 1:54 am 3 comments

Making Love

 

Making Love Out of  Nothin’ at All by Air Supply

 

I know just how to whisper,
And I know just how to cry;
I know just where to find the answers;
And I know just how to lie.
I know just how to fake it,
And I know just how to scheme;
I know just when to face the truth,
And then I know just when to dream.
And I know just where to touch you,
And I know just what to prove;
I know when to pull you closer,
And I know when to let you loose.
And I know the night is fading,
And I know that times gonna fly;
And Im never gonna tell you everything
Ive got to tell you,
But I know Ive got to give it a try.
And I know the roads to riches,
And I know the ways to fame;
I know all the rules
And then I know how to break em
And I always know the name of the game.

But I dont know how to leave you,
And Ill never let you fall;
And I dont know how you do it,
Making love out of nothing at all….

 

Dedicated to Him

March 27, 2009 at 2:55 am 1 comment

A Romantic Night

Oh What a lovely romantic night it was. i spend the whole night with him. Walking with him side by side on dim lighted roads… Miles and Miles away, laughing, having fun all the night.

 

Its like i am flying to heavens , Its like a dream comes true

 

but its just a dream

 

Its a dream i had yesterday night.

 
Some people say love is nothing. Yah i accept that love is nothing .

When i am in my concious , when i give it a  thought logically using my mind

i simply say , What a big deal dude . I am not gonna die without him and its

very true. I enjoy my life without him, i go on outing , i have my lunches and

dinners, i laugh on silly jokes of my friends.

 

 But is that all!!!

 

When i close my eyes , when i look inside my soul, when i pray to God, When i look at stars standing alone…. and whenever it Rains
Every thing goes behind , Everything vanishes. Just one thing remains

 

The Thoughts of him.

 

I dnt have any hold on these things. i cant stop praying to God, I cant stop Rain to shower and i cant stop thinking about him and i cant stop loving him.

 

I miss you so much.

March 27, 2009 at 2:13 am Leave a comment

The Psycology of Love

Psychologists and researchers have proposed a number of different theories of love. The following are the major theories proposed to explain liking, love, and emotional attachment.

Liking vs. Loving

Psychologist Zick Rubin proposed that romantic love is made up of three elements: attachment, caring, and intimacy. Attachment is the need to receive care, approval, and physical contact with the other person. Caring involves valuing the other persons needs and happiness as much as your own. Intimacy refers to the sharing of thoughts, desires, and feelings with the other person.

 Compassionate love and Passionate love

Compassionate love is characterized by mutual respect, attachment, affection, and trust. Compassionate love usually develops out of feelings of mutual understanding and shared respect for each other. Passionate love is characterized by intense emotions, sexual attraction, anxiety, and affection. When these intense emotions are reciprocated, people feel elated and fulfilled. Unreciprocated love leads to feelings of despondence and despair. Hatfield suggests that passionate love is transitory, usually lasting between 6 and 30 months. According to Hatfield, passionate love arises when cultural expectations encourage falling in love, when the person meets your preconceived ideas of an ideal lover, and when you experience heightened physiological arousal in the presence of the other person. Ideally passionate love then leads to compassionate love, which is far more enduring. While most people desire relationships that combine the security and stability of compassionate with the intensity of passionate love, Hatfield suggests that this is rare.

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March 24, 2009 at 2:21 pm 1 comment

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