It’s crazy. The way we fall for someone who we are not supposed to fall for, the way we start to have feelings for that unusual person in a very unusual time, the way we get attracted to someone who is the exact opposite of any standard we have set.
And then suddenly you get caught in a dilemma, of holding on or letting go of that feeling. It may be new, or you may be having that for so long, but still your mind and your heart is arguing. A lot of questions cloud your mind, your fears overcome every inch of happiness you would like to have, and the perplexity, it just drives you insane. They say that love is never wrong, but the things that a person in love does, sometimes it’s just too much. But for some particular reason, there’s just a moment when too much love overflows from the heart, and the person feeling it is overwhelmed, to the point that it blurs the mind. And the battle starts: mind vs. heart. How can something so wrong feel so right?
But just give it a thought. What if it’s just not the right time? You know, maybe he/she is the right person, but the timing is just wrong. And at the right time, the right place with that right person, it will happen. That’s what I love most about Ecclesiastes 3. It teaches you that there’s a time for everything, if it’s not right now, it may be because it is for the future. But that doesn’t mean that you should give up on what you are feeling. Hold on, pray more, wait around and maybe, just maybe, one day you’ll wake up having that person for the rest of your life.