Research show that “in romantic relationships, falling in love is the concept of moving from a feeling of neutrality towards a person to one of love.”
“The use of the term “fall” implies that the process is in some way uncontrollable and risky – as in the phrases “to fall ill” or “to fall into a trap” – and that it leaves the lover in a state of vulnerability.”
“Factors known to contribute strongly to falling in love include proximity, similarity, reciprocity, and physical attractiveness,” while at the same time, the process involves a re-activation of old childhood patterns of attachment. Deep-set psychological parallels between two people may also underpin their pairing-bonding, which can thus border on mere narcissistic identification.”
The process is quick.
There’s a blink and then a punch.
It hits you, and you’re in it.
Surrounded by it.
Consumed in it.
Driven by it.
Inspired by it.
Pulled by it.
Pushed by it.
It lifts you to your highest point.
It can take you to your lowest point.
It makes you courageous.
The world becomes your playground.
There is NOthing you can’t do.
You believe that you can conquer anything.
It is all within your reach.
You become in-tune with the earth.
You become one with mankind.
You are more patient.
You are more kind.
You are more selfless.
You are not blind.
Your senses are keener than ever.
Your strength is uncomparable.
When two join as one in spiritual harmony.
You experience the fragrance from heaven on earth.
Fall. In Love.