When feelings are there but fear of the unknown is more powerful, how can one ever expect to live happy. Fear is such a strong power, and we see it everywhere. In love, in friendships, in enemies, in death, fear is what keeps us on our toes. But when should fear be embraced and used as a stepping stool for something that could be even more powerful?
If you fear the idea of being in love with the wrong person, how can you ever expect to be in love with the right person.
I was falling in love, with the wrong person. A strong person I thought was right. My fear was pushed aside and than thrown back at me. I should have put fear first, then maybe I wouldn't have been questioned and maybe I wouldn't be where I am now.
Could it be possible that the fear you feel is actually love? Could it possibly just be a sign that your feelings are stronger than you could have expected? And feeling the fear of commitment is possibly a good sign that you may just be falling for someone? Being afraid is normal. I understand fear. I understand the decisions that can be made out of fear. I just wish that I wasn't the one to be feared.
It's hard to let go of someone you care for. But why would you let go if you did care for them? Shouldn't love be the strength that is supposed to keep two together?
Either way, I understand the decisions that can be made out of fear and I respect them.
I will always be the same person. I will always be there to offer the same things. Fear and love, I know.