Saturday 3 December 2016


I have found the paradox, that if you love until it hurts, there can be no more hurt, only more love.
                                                                                                                                 -Mother Teresa.

(Characters in this segment are Rose and John).
Narrator: Rose and John visits John's family house. Rose speaks with his elder sister, Anne.
Anne: I think I like you a lot and the fact that my brother loves you too.
Rose: (blushes) Thanks.
Anne: Does he make you happy always?
Rose: You see Anne, love is not perfect. It's a paradox. There are times when it hurts, but it really teaches one how to get over any other pain.
Anne: Hmm. True talk Rose.
Rose: Yeah (She says as John enters).
John: What am I missing?
Rose: Nothing dear. It's nothing. Just girls talk.
John: (sits beside her) I'm interested.
Rose: (hits him playfully) Oh get off nosy.
John: That's why I love you.
Rose: Oh, whatever!

Who says love is all about being happy always? Do you think married couples are forever happy in their lives? No!
Love is not all about being happy. Love hurts. It's crushes. It pains. However, one amazing thing about love is that it teaches one the real essence of love and how to learn from that pain.
That's the paradox of love. That a flaw cannot alter the love that you feel for that person you love. This is the main key to success in marriage; to take matters lightly, to not dwell on a partner's attitude or flaws and to apologize even when not at fault.

Next week's episode will be on "Learning to apologize when in love". Send your views and comments to Also, you can send your best love poem to the same mail address.
I wish you a great Saturday!

I wish you a great Saturday!



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