Ronnie, Bobby, Ricky and Mike … If I love the girl who cares who you like?” And with those words, Ralph Tresvant cemented his place as one of my all-time favorite love philosophers. Ok, “philosopher” may be a strong word, but you have to be willing to look past the source to embrace the message.
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When I think about the definition of love in its purest form, my mind often drifts to Virtue’s “Nothing Ever Mattered.” Pay close attention to the lyrics as they paint a vivid portrait of how true love should feel when you first encounter it.
I woke up to “her” this morning, knowing in my heart that I wasn’t supposed to be there. My heart had left the relationship weeks ago, and had taken up it’s rightful place with you. The rest of me needs to be there as well.
Things were going so well. Or so I thought. But if that were really the case, then I wouldn’t have this sharp, agonizing pain in my chest right now, would I? She dropped by my place tonight, and what was initially supposed to be a romantic evening, turned really bad—really fast.
As much as it pains me to say this, I simply can’t deny this one fundamental truth about me: I’m a cheating man. It sounds so cold and callous when I say it like that, but it’s my reality. I am literally incapable of being faithful to a woman. I’ve tried to do right more times that I even care to recall, but it all ends the same way.
Today our focus shifts to those (un)precious moments immediately following a breakup. For some, it’s fairly easy to move on. But for others, well let’s just say the idea of starting over is much tougher to handle. Robin Thicke’s “Loving You,” addresses his own fear of no longer having that familiar love in his life.
I’ve decided to take some time out of my day just to say thank you. Although we just met, the impact that you’ve had on my world cannot be understated. Each day that we have interacted has brought new possibilities and expanded my already wide horizons to even broader and brighter frontiers. For that, I thank you.
No matter how much you love a person, bad days are sure to come. They’re simply unavoidable. Sometimes, we can place unrealistic expectations on our loved ones, making it that much easier to walk away when the bad days do come.
The first time I heard Raheem DeVaughn’s “Mo Better,” I began to think about the incomparable feeling of having someone special in your life. But not just anyone; I’m talking about the kind of special love that always seems to make your life better—through both good and bad times. Can you relate to that type of love? If so, then let the world know.
How many of us have ever stared true love right in the face, only to inexplicably allow it to pass us by? Though unfortunate, it happens more often than any of us may care to admit. As fate would have it, by the time we do come to our senses, it’s oftentimes too late to claim what should have been ours from the start.