To love or not to love, that is the question.

Thinking about love, there can be two ways you can ponder over it. One is not believing in it at all, the other is believing it to be the force that makes the world exist and work as it does. Yeah, so in other words, people might relate to it as one of the religions in the world.

At one point you might realize that you are hopelessly in love with someone, you think about him at all points of the day and night, all the time that you’re awake and if you’re lucky, he might come in your dreams!  And at another time you might feel like there is no point in being in love after all. 

Keeping it along, I’ve been quite a fan of the twenty second rule. For those who’re living under a rock, the twenty second rule says that all it takes is twenty seconds of insane courage, twenty seconds of embarrassing bravery, that can guarantee something great coming out of it. People say one should always speak her mind, never shall one ever pile up her emotions for it may lead to destructive results.

But confessing feelings is more of a personal matter because since there are all kinds of people in this world, some might be good at keeping their feelings to themselves. So there is no general way of having feelings for someone. There are no rules to follow for something as pure and as eternal as love. But being a girl, your feelings can very easily be portrayed by the way you smile, no matter how good of a liar you are or how great you might be at faking your emotions, never will you ever be able to hide THE SMILE. The smile when you see his face. The glitter in your eyes that you can literally feel when you make eye contact with him! Yes! Unbelievably magical.

Doesn’t matter if you want to shout out to the world that you’re in love with someone, or you want to whisper into his ears that you love him or you want to keep your feelings to yourself, Love is Love. 

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