A video from Cartier inspired me to write this. Love is overused. I mean the word. I myself say I love these shoes or this and that very often. Though it is true I actually love my shoes and I love my leather things and I love my red lipsticks. Anyways can we truly love things? I talk to my things and I know many people who talk to their cars so you would probably agree that shoes are nothing less than cars. Right? I think a passionate emotional person can fall in love with objects no problem. It's not just objects that I feel weird about falling in love though. I find myself loving moments. There are seconds in my life when I feel such strong emotions and there is no obvious cause to that but I know... I know it is caused by the sun that is shining on me. I know it is caused by the sea that gently touches my feet. I know it is caused by the rain I feel on my face. There's so much going on in my head but I'm grateful for that because I believe it's better to be super emotional. I learnt to deal with my extreme happy and extreme down times. I would rather have an emotionally painful year than becoming numb. People who are numb make me depressed.
Do we love people or do we simply love the way we feel and they somehow happen to be there at that moment and we assume we love them? I don't know. I love the way people make me feel or maybe it really isn't true and it's me who feels good just because and they are there. Is the love you feel when you wake up happy he's next to you and spend the lazy morning listening to the Cardigans over and over again more than the flash of love you feel the moment you see him at a party and know you are on the same vibe? Is there a universal love? Can you want both the excitement and the comfort from one person? I would say it's extremely hard to find. It's like looking for shoes that will make you look like a goddess and feel comfortable at the same time. Be demanding. Always. If you don't feel it it's not there.