By Paul Hudson | Elite Daily ©
Love is incredibly complex.
Not because it is formed of some otherworldly matter, but because it’s formed in our minds — and our minds are incredibly complex.
The thoughts we think, the way we perceive the world, the way things and other people can make us feel, the way we can make ourselves feel, it’s all intertwined in the reality that exists in our heads.
Our wants and needs will often blend in with our realities, changing the way we perceive something or someone to be.
Emotions that arise from one experience can influence the way we perceive other experiences, other interactions, other individuals.
We sometimes take the way we are currently feeling and project those emotions onto others or allow those feelings to affect decisions we make — decisions that don’t pertain, whatsoever, to the origins of those feelings.
A person’s reality is constantly in a state of flux.
When it comes to love in particular, it isn’t enough, nor is it necessary, to find someone worth loving — to find the right individual.