Recently I've been bogged down with an insane amount of work, and family commitments. I went to KL over the weekend for a Dog Show with my dad, (it was good to see him, missed him loads), and had to do several shoots and events over last week. Its been pretty tiring, but fulfilling of course.
Sometimes I think I'm blessed to be too busy to stop and breathe, and think. Lol. I say that with reflection over predicaments that can often surface due to 'too much thinking'. Yknowhatimean?
Love problems, things with friendships going awry, arguments, nitpicking.... all that really only happens when you allow yourself to be sucked in by it. And you only get sucked in if you have enough time to bother. A couple of my friends are going through some stuff, and I realise that sometimes, as per title of this entry, "All We Need Is Love".
That's what alot of us are looking for, right? The difference between good relationships and bad ones, is whether the concept of 'love' meets our expectations.
A friend of mine mentioned recently; "The idea of love is easy to enjoy. The problem is the execution of this emotion." (Or something like that). So true, innit? Two people may truly, really love each other... but if they don't know how to show it, or if one or both of them make bad judgement calls... it really can end what could be a potentially amazing relationship. Similarly, two people may not "love" one another with deeply or passionately, but if they have ample respect, trust and patience, they may ultimately have a more stable, fulfilling relationship than the former example.
Still, I don't know which relationship I'd rather have - one with moments of brilliance, or one with a steady pulse rate. I guess that just shows my immaturity in this minefield of emotions.