| Published: December 25, 2015
Pure Love Redefined
Love —the most sweet and lovely word to all of us. There are different forms of love. But the most well known pure love is the Mom’s love for their children, its most selfless love in the world, probably in the whole universe—-but is it really true for every Mom? Let’s see what the logic from the practical incidents leads us, let’s start with a question—how many girls and boys are there who have dedicated their whole life for their lover? The answer is —such dedication is very hard to see, after falling in love we make lots of promises to our lovers but when the time comes to keep those promises we make lots of excuses, both the boys and the girls start to sow lots of excuses, girls never find any problem to choose a secured life ignoring love, girls have lots of excuses to be got married as soon as possible, such as, security in life, complication during delivery in old age etc. But if a girl purely loves a boy then should these thoughts come in her mind? If comes then is it a pure love? Moms love is a worldwide known pure love but how much is it an example of selfless love? Specially how much is it applicable for those girls who always wanted to secure their life without dedicating small time period for the pure love they have got, those who can’t dedicate ,who can’t make sacrifices for their love can never love their children purely, their love for their children is the love for their “own Part” which they brought up in their womb for nine months supplying biological and chemical ingredients ,they have supplied it from their own body that’s why they have so much love for their own part—-so for these types of girls, their love as mom can never be a selfless love.
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© 2015 I J Sarkar
Received: September 18, 2015; Revision Received: October 26, 2015; Accepted: December 25, 2015
Published in Volume 03, Issue 1, October-December, 2015