TO THE MARRIED: Love is not about “it’s your fault”, but “I’m sorry”, not “where are you’ but “I’m right here”, not “how could you” but “I understand”, not “I wish you were”, but “I’m thankful you are.”
TO THE ENGAGED: The true measure of compatibility is not the years spent together but how good you are for each other.
TO THE SINGLE: Love isn’t about becoming somebody else’s “perfect person.” It’s about finding someone who helps you become the best person you can be. Love is like a butterfly. The more you chase it, the more it eludes you. But if you just let it fly, it would come to you when you least expect it. Love can make you happy but often times it hurts, but love’s only special when you give it to someone who is worth it.
TO THE HEARTBROKEN: Heartbreaks last as long as you want and cut deep as you allow them to go. The challenge is not how to survive heartbreaks but to learn from them.
TO THE NAIVE: How to be in love: Fall but don’t stumble, be consistent but not too persistent, share and never be unfair, understand and try not to demand, and get hurt but never keep the pain.
TO THE SEARCHING: True love cannot be found where it does not truly exist, nor can it be hidden where it truly does. Love is magic. The more we hide it, the more it shows; the more you suppress it, the more it grows.
TO THE POSSESSIVE: It breaks your heart to see the one you love happy with someone else but it’s more painful to know that the one you love is unhappy with you.
TO WHOSE WHO ARE AFRAID TO CONFESS: Love hurts when you break up with someone. It hurts even more when someone breaks up with you. But love hurts the most when the person you love has no idea how you feel.
TO THOSE WHO ARE STILL HOLDING ON: A sad thing about life is that when you meet someone who means a lot to you, only to find out in the end that it was never bound to be and we just have to let go. - By Danjuma Iliya.