When Lin-Manual Miranda won the Tony for “Best Original Score” for his hit musical “Hamilton,” he gave his acceptance speech in the form of an original sonnet.
“And love is love is love is love is love is love is love is love,” he said, overcome with emotion, “[It] cannot be killed or swept aside.”
What if we could see the unstoppable and enduring power of love in action? Can you fall in love with the same person again and again?
It’s easier to talk with those you love today, than wait another moment because lives can be so fleeting and quickly pass us by. Focusing on what matters most today, gives you the freedom to be who you truly are, each day. Isn’t all that we truly live for, is to love and be loved?
36 Questions That Lead To Love (Again)
A few years ago, the Modern Love column of the New York Times, featured “36 questions intended to bring two strangers closer together.” The increasing intimacy of the questions, led two people who knew practically nothing about each other to find a real, deep connection in mere minutes. What if you posed these same questions between two people who’d had (but maybe forgot about) a deep connection for decades? A crew captured three couples going through these questions with each other and the results were heartwarming.
Questions ranged from the seemingly light,
“What would be a perfect day for you?” to the more difficult,
“What is your most terrible memory?”
You can love more than one person in life or maybe you can love the same person again and again. Connect with someone you thought you knew everything about and see if you can fall in love with them again.
Suggested Read: Loving After Loss