Love Recognition

11 Feb

I have always been fascinated with the fact that babies recognize their mother’s voice and the way their mother’s feel (even in the dark).  One of my friends told me that his son would rub his chest to see if he was the mother or not.  The baby boy was only 5mths at the time but he still realized which parent was willing to rock him to sleep all night.  While I toiled over these events and a few more, a light bulb in my brain lit up. A lot of people have certain criteria or characteristics in which someone must fall into to become a potential mate.  Its almost as if we have designed a love prototype in our minds and if the person that’s trying to draw our attention doesn’t meet the schematic.  They basically get waived from the trial process of our heart’s.  I can recall many of the cartoon movies that reached out to the young girls of my generation. (Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin, Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, etc.)  My point is, a lot of people have predetermined qualities based on: other people relationships, things they’ve heard from family / friends or even things they’ve seen on TV.  The only blueprint that we have on what love really is, is the way Christ walked this earth.  In fact we as a people didn’t realize his worth or what he meant to us in the process of him dwelling with us.  So how can we determine the exact description of what love is suppose to look like?  Love is a conglomerate of emotions that evolve with: vulnerability, experiences and faith.  There’s no way to put a picture to it or rationalize that particular way of thinking when it comes to meeting it head on.  Hypothetically speaking, if the same babies were born and the parents were switched after the birthing process.  The babies would grow up loving their new parents as if they were the original ones.  Love isn’t prerecorded in our minds, its a reality tv series starring our heart’s.


7 Responses to “Love Recognition”

  1. Gina The Magnificent February 11, 2013 at 9:29 pm #

    Dope. You cross my mind a lot by the way…

  2. Christie February 11, 2013 at 9:34 pm #

    Wow! Loved reading this.

  3. julie February 14, 2013 at 10:49 am #

    All the romance and drama in movies can affect peoples expectations, and i do believe in true love. Where couples have those movie moments. The problem comes in when you expect perfection all the time. Relationships take work, and most people run or act out the second things get real. I don’t believe any person can complete another. You have to be whole in yourself before you can be able to make it through the hard times, supporting and loving eachother. And the thing i find most important is to forgive the ones that have hurt you. If you hold hate for an ex, where is the room for love?

  4. raquel February 21, 2013 at 5:02 am #

    I’m back on your site to check out your new stuff. great work as always.

  5. Danielle March 4, 2013 at 1:41 am #

    Very interesting perspective. I didn’t know you had a website or a blog congrats this is great

  6. Donnella March 24, 2013 at 4:38 am #

    This is true, because a lot of people grow up with this thought that love and relationships are supposed to be a fairy tale happily ever after ending, and we sometimes go into relationships blindly and naive to real problems that occur in real life, to real situations and heartache.

  7. TAMARA May 25, 2013 at 1:26 pm #

    Love is a force more formidable than any other is invisible. It cannot be seen or measured yet it is powerful enough to transform you In a moment, and offer you more joy than anything else could.

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