Love Begins in Your Imagination.
Through love, your dreams do come true.
Here is a beautiful story.
When I was young, I dreamt of the life I would lead and the one I would lead that life with.
Then one day I met the woman of my dreams.
We fell in love and during that time we were in the strangest state of mind — a kind of madness you would say. Everything sparkled and shined; nothing mattered but us; we didn’t care about money; we didn’t care about things, or bills or careers; we didn’t care about those that doubted our being together. We simply jumped on an aeroplane, landed on a foreign shore and lived our lives with a future of joy and happiness in our minds.
Over several years our madness subsided, and we thought more of what we needed in our lives. A home we could be proud of; objects that we would cherish within it; careers to make us financially secure; a family that would make us whole. These things we gained together and loved together as a community of two.
Sure, we struggled over the years as some of the people we loved died, the world sometimes failed to deliver the things we wished and hoped for, and our child grappled with growing up. At times things were painful, and I felt frustrated, thwarted or weakened; at other times we flourished, and I felt gratified, fulfilled or strengthened. My beloved felt these things too, and whenever either of us was down, we worked things out because we knew our life had been good, was good and would be good.
Now we are older we look back on the good times and the bad, the rough and the smooth and the highs and lows and realise our life has been good, still is good and up to the point that either of us dies will remain good. Beyond then, whoever is left behind, them or me, will hold onto to our life memories as loved objects to the day they die. But before that time, we pledge to look after each other and enjoy the time we have left together as we kind of fall apart in our old age.
So, to answer your question:
You dream of a good life with a good lover. We all do.
When you find the lover of your dreams, and they find the same in you, you both will make of love what you will.
That is not to say each phase of love (falling in love, being in love, staying in love) is plain sailing. Life is simply too varied and exciting for that. It is to say, however, that life is perfect-imperfect – when you accept that all the imperfections of life that accompany all that is perfect is in-of-itself perfect.
The film to watch is On Golden Pond (trailer below):
You can find the full movie here.
Notice how Ethel and Norman view their loving relationship as they come to the end of their lives; how they fondly remember their days falling in love; how their time together bringing up their daughter Chelsea was far from plain sailing, but loving nonetheless.
A truly magical film based on a beautiful book that is riddled with life’s truth.
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