Looking back on your life and find some times when you felt as if you were in love forever, because it was never supposed to end.
And then think of yourself wherever you are right now and begin to think about a number. The number 1-10 of where you are on the love scale now. Perhaps trying to recapture what you think you may have missed or maybe in a romantic relationship now that you cherish.
If you are older now, you will know that loving relationships do change. Some of them for the better, and so not so much.
But don’t let yourself dwell in the past too much because you have not lost anything, you have changed the way you look at things in life, and that is wonderful.
It is all about your attitude as you age, not so much about romantic love and the fairy tale endings.
People live, find their way through life and then pass on just as you plant your garden in the springtime, tending to it well. And the garden flourishes. The same philosophy on relationships; if you tend to them, they flourish, and if not, their do not do so well.
I would love to believe that I have tended to all of my relationships in life. I know that I have strong children and grandchildren who are growing up with love in their hearts.
I have passed through some romantic relationships that were not tended to enough to stay strong and stable. And now, I persist on with love in my heart and a special rake in my hands to tend to my gardening, weeding it well.