Inside the Beehive
Sometimes love is not what we see but what we feel deep inside our hearts even when we close our eyes. The passion and the affection we should have for those we call special and important in our lives even when they are not with us is what we call true love.
Distance relationships are a good test for this kind of love. Having a distance relationship is sometimes not an option but natural circumstances may dictate.
You may need him to be very close to you but economic circumstances sweep him away to seek his fortune else where. This does not mean the end of it all; it is actually the beginning of every thing.
I heard a disgruntled young woman telling a friend ‘I expected a real relationship but it has turned out to be a face book one’. She had been a regular client at the internet café in the name of talking and communicating to her fiancée overseas.
Enough is enough; the patience had gone and her love had started to wither. But true love does not mean being inseparable, it means being separated and nothing changes.
In human relationships, distance is not measured in miles but in affection. We have seen two people being right next to each other yet their minds are miles apart.
Distance is not for the fearful, it is for the bold; those who are willing to spend a lot of time alone in exchange for a little time with the one they love. It is for those knowing the good thing when they see it, even if they don’t see it nearly enough.
I don’t have to be very close to you in the physical sense in order to demonstrate my love for you. Just one or two sincere words from the bottom of my heart sent to the one I love are enough to move mountains.
People who have had good distance relationships unearthed the treasure underneath these relationships. Distance makes the heart grow fonder. It is absence of the one you love that sharpens love and presence strengthens it.
The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched; they must be felt with the heart. The presence of the one you love does not teach you to be alone; it merely shows that when you are together you can cast a single shadow on the wall.
There are relationships that have not managed to stand the test of distance. The strong mountain storms have swept couples off the ground. Keeping firm and strong requires patience, faithfulness and hope.
The thought of being with the one you love tomorrow gives you the strength to go on today. Disappointed partners have lived to curse distance in relationships. Women have been the common victims in these relationships.
The fact is that women can be able to fake orgasm but men can fake the whole relationship. Surely you need to find someone worth your tears, worth your laughter, worth your heart and that loves you as much as you love them.
True love is like lighting a darkroom. It doesn’t matter whether the room has been dark for a thousand years or one day; when you turn on the lights it is illuminated instantly. When a distant lover finally returns you light the fire works.