loving and caring.
we learn something new every day, even if it is from the side of a toilet cubicle.
there is a large difference within these two simple words. love or care?
Love is a very powerful word, one of the most powerful words we carry in our limited vocabularies yet it is completely irresponsible, comes out at the wrong times, comes out in the wrong ways, and causes much damage. There is never anything funny about love it has to be serious, “i love you” cannot be taken seriously with a smile present, it has to be a deep eyes in eyes, locked in embrace “i love you”. Yet this contradictory word feeds us false hope, suffering, jealousy and pain. LOVE IS SELF-DESTRUCTIVE.
Caring on the other hand is very sensible. It is a word that can be used in any situation. If you care for one another there is no false hope, and there is no ideals and there is no pain. The happiness will be shown either way. Caring does not break hearts. Caring helps in every way possible and carries all the benefits of love but none of the down falls. CARING NEVER HURT.
The question I put forward is that; when is an appropriate time to use the word love or when is it appropriate for care to be used? Is there a time barrier of knowing one another; is it appropriate between men or women? or is one considered gay or lesbian if they claim they love one of the same-sex. We all love our mothers and fathers. We all love our children. So why is this word, and its following idea so sought after and so misused?
Why can love be interpreted in so many different ways. We use the word like it is nothing, and we use it for hundreds of different meanings, in hundreds of different situations. If the word and the feeling associated with that are said to be the most important thing in our world then it should at least be defined?
The truth is that in the end caring is not enough so…NO ONE CARES,
and there is only one other option