“Love couldn’t be moved by circumstance, poor choices, or even blatant lies -skewed and damaged, yes, but the heart couldn’t deny what it wanted most once the desire was planted. Whether in bliss or affliction, love owned you all the same.”
This excerpt taken from The Tragedy of Knowledge, written by Rachael Wade and published in 2013, is meaningful. Although it is difficult to know whether love can last forever, it is so powerful that it owns you when it strikes. And despite the fact that Valentine’s Day is too commercialised and overrated, I think that love deserves its own special day. However, do not forget that love is a fruit in season at all times, not only on February 14th.