Love is not a boy and girl walking hand – in – hand along the streets.
Love is when a brother asks another, ‘bro, when will you return home? It’s already too late.’
Love is when a daughter asks her father, ‘papa, today you are looking stressed, any issue?’
Love is when a brother tells his sister, ‘if you get late while returning home, don’t come alone, call me, I’ll be there to pick you up.’
Love is when a teacher tells a student, ‘come to me if you have any doubt, you are always welcome.’
Love is when a friend asks another, ‘dude! You are looking tensed, what’s the matter?’
Love is when a mother says to her child, ‘baby, it’s already too late, pause your studies and go to sleep, otherwise you’ll not be able to wake up early morning.’
Love is when a daughter tells her mother, ‘mom, you are not well na, leave this work and have rest, I’ll do it.’
Love is when son says to his father, ‘papa, you are really my best guy.’
Love is when a mother says to her daughter, ‘darling, the kitchen work is not your cup of tea; you go and have rest as you must have got tired, I’ll do it.’
Love is when a mother can’t sleep when her child is sick,
Love is when a daughter cries when she misses her father.
Love is when a baby is jealous of his elder sibling and hugs her mother saying,’ mom, I am your child, he is not.’
Because love is innocent and blind and love is something more than everything.