True love to me is when you love someone deeply even long after they are not in your life. There is pain attached to true love and a strange pleasure in that pain also. A glimpse of your loved one is what you want to avoid for the rest of your life, yet every moment you pine to catch a glimpse of him/her. Each time you see something, eat something or visit a new place—you want to share it with your true love. But the next moment, you dread that you don’t bump into the person at a public place! It is very difficult disguising your emotions in public and most of the times we end up embarrassed, artificial or over-the-top, trying to look happy in front of that person. There is kind of a hidden message—'See how happy I am without you?' The reality of course is far from that.
When you so want to hug someone you love tightly and all you have with you is a rugged pillow, you hug the pillow anyway! But in front of our true love, there is a tendency to put up a ‘don’t-care’ attitude that interprets as ‘Hug? What’s that?’
Once in a while we all need a hug…the more the merrier. Friendly hugs, a romantic hug, a caring hug, a JLT tight hug and so on and so forth. The warmth of a true-love’s hug can melt the hardest hearts too. The best way to experience true-love’s hug is hugging your pet dog. It just feels so awesome and I miss it for so many years now. The hugs, the licks—the best stress buster in the whole world!