Real love has no room for fading.
“The course of true love never did run smooth.” – William Shakespeare
A fact everyone knows. We can’t deny the fact that it is true. From there, a sudden question came out of nowhere. Does love fade? If yes, Why? In what way you’ll know it is fading? What possible ways we ought to do to stop it from happening?
I asked a few friends and I were caught in the middle and my mind was in rumble of thoughts and ideas. They told me, yes. Love do fades. The moment you exert effort to keep it alive is a sign it is fading. And when I asked them what remedy to do, constant communication and trust is the key. One friend answered, no. That love doesn’t fade. The people, who we choose to love change and not love itself. When love fades like most of them say, pain is next. Then the whole thing will be bumpy and that quote is damn right.
I don’t believe that love fades. And yes, the people we choose to love are the one changing. Love has always been there. A fake gold/silver will fade for a fact that it’s not real. Same as love, it will fade if it is not real. Love has got to be real.