Sunday, January 16
Love without a relationship is still love. But a relationship without love holds little value.
As teenagers, it has become embedded in our heads that if two people like each other they MUST “date” each other. I don't see why one can't just have love for someone without making it “official.” We are young and don't need to be officially bonded to anyone until we are married. Romantic relationships today have already lost much of its value because it is too easily obtained, established, & ended. And too often, people just hop in and out of relationships, leaving them with very little value. But good things take time. Love, when true, never loses its significance. When true, what bonds the two together without the need or desire for anyone else is indeed the only thing that they need: Love. Because love without a relationship is still love. But a relationship without love holds little value.