One is inclined to love wholeheartedly

29 May 2019


 

One is inclined to love wholeheartedly, even when such love is not perhaps warranted. Even in such cases when an abundance of affection is not present in the heart of the lover, what tender feeling is there is usually expressed to the fullest extent. It is when the person loving experiences the unwanted consequences we as humans know too well associated with such outpouring of emotion that subsequent amorous relations are approached with timidity.

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