It's been always a huge curiosity for most people how relationships work: how people create relationships, become friends or enemies; how they fall in love; what keeps people together; why and how relationships change?
We do not study all these things at school. There are tons of magazines and books about cars, cooking and fashion; and only recently appear readings about relationships and how to regulate them. But this is very important because relationships directly affect your life, your prosperity. And what can be more important than that, and especially love? Barbra Streisand once said: “There is nothing more important in life than love.”
Why and how people fall in love? Is it possible love between the two very different people - is love blind? How much do looks count?
Helen Fisher, a professor of anthropology says "We're apt to fall in love with those who are mysterious and challenging to us."
Here are more sayings:
“There is never a time or place for true love. It happens accidentally, in a heartbeat, in a single flashing, throbbing moment.” –Sarah Dessen.
“Sometimes the heart sees what is invisible to the eye. “- H.Jackson Brown,Jr.
“Love is the power to see similarity in the dissimilar. “- Theodor Adorno.
“You don't love someone because they're perfect, you love them in spite of the fact that they're not.” –Jodi Picoult.
In the new Vivian Cutt’s book “You Will Never See My Face” the story is centered on two people, Emily Rodgers and Brian Fielding - two different people with very different background, lifestyle and looks.
Emily is the daughter of famous actor John Rodgers. She’s daddy's little girl, and she always has to get her way; her father would do anything to see her happy. They both loved to go on expeditions and fly.
Brian Fielding, a former college student studying literature and had hopes of becoming a writer one day. Brian dropped out of college and left his home town for the forest after terrible accident. The accident left his face scorched and deformed. He felt inhuman and had built enough reasons to stay away from people and settle in the forest. He had lost all hope of ever living a normal life and his dreams.
On one fateful day John’s helicopter crashed in a forest, and John died on the spot. Out in the middle of nowhere, a stranger spotted Emily as the only survivor in the crash.
In the few days they lived together in the forest, the two got to know each other and eventually fell in love.
Brian has to make a difficult choice: stay in the woods where he is alone but safe because nobody can see his face and call him a monster, or follow the faith.
“…the story was not only about love, but it was more, and that is faith. The faith that they had in each other enabled them to pull through even when the others doubted and it seemed that it was impossible.”
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