True love is simply accepting a person in one’s sphere of life. It could intense affair, a contractual relationship like marriage or just likeness and acceptance. True love is without selfishness it is not for the purpose of physical relationship only it is holistic acceptance of another being.
Selfless love is not short term affair but a relationship with a soul mate. The coming together is not based on beauty factors alone. Some legends have been based upon where in on of the partner has no attractive physical attributes. In such cases it is the meeting of minds that dominate. Hence love becomes more and more quixotic whence we try to define it. An example is the book A Passionaate Gospel of True Love by Indian writer Poonam Uppal. The romance hovers over true feelings and attraction between Moh Lal Rai and Guarang.
Moh Lal Rai believes in Hindu God Maa Durga and keeps on hearing prophesies that come out to be true. In a fashion show she hears prophesy that she will meet her true lover in India. And that has what happened on a visit to Chennai she comes around Gaurang and there is no looking back. Guarang is her soul mate and they are inserable albeit there is no physical contact. The irony in the relationship is that both of them are betrothed and entwined in the maze of their earlier commitments. The relationship by no means is platonic as the attraction between the soul mates is real. How the relationship proceeds further reading is required.
Therefore a good match is between soul mates or it can come about because it is destined as in the case of Moh Lal Rai. Amidst true lovers honesty is important you cannot be close to a person whence you are hiding something from him or her. Commitment comes by being true to each other.
Platonic relationship will fail especially if it is dominated physical attraction. It is eternal love between soul mates that makes a beautiful romance. A Pasionaate Gospel of True Love is a romantic interlude in India between to committed soul mates. Read on…