Serendipity and all that jazz

Serendipity and all that jazz

Have you ever thought about serendipity? Do you believe in that kind of love that you set free yet comes back to you again and again? Just like one of these homing pigeons. A kind of love that conquers time and distance and just about everything else.

I want a love that is patient and kind and something I do not need to think about all the time. I want a love that is trusty and worry-free – something that doesn’t need my constant attention and does not restrict me of the things I want to do. A kind of love that gives you freedom to take on a new hobby, do your mundane tasks and pursue your dreams. I want a love that is quiet on the outside but real and loud on the inside. A love that does not need everyone’s approval or all the likes on social media. You see, the whole world doesn’t need to know how true and strong it is. It is a kind of love that only the two of you know. A kind of love which you keep to yourselves, yet people will feel how genuine it is, simply by looking at you when you’re together, or hearing you laugh over the silly things you talk about. It is a kind of love that will make them think about their own love stories and smile, because once upon a time, they felt it too, or perhaps dreamed of it.

It is a kind of love that is built with laughter and crazy conversations over cups of coffee. One that needs peace and quiet in some days and crazy TV marathons on weekends. It is a love made out of scratch, pin-rolled, kneaded and baked gently to perfection. It is a love that needs patience and understanding; it wants you to give and take, to complement each other and to be each other’s weakness and strength.

Real love begins where nothing is expected in return.