Love has two faces – the right and wrong. To love is not enough to be assured of the clemency of its glory. For love, at the wrong side, can be gruesome, agonizing, and painful.
True love, however, only grows on the right side. There, it sustains and bears the magisterial glory of its fruits – where smile multiplies into laughter and its titular right develops into a personal icon of pride and honor.
True love is neither a reward nor a right that one should beg for. It is a gift freely given to the heart that perfectly fits. It is a two-way street where both must compliment the needs, weaknesses, and strengths of the other.
It is never a one-sided happiness or contentment. But it is a perpetual reciprocated effort of give-and-take. It is a shared journey of pain and sacrifices toward the horizons of mutual harmony.
To fight for love is not enough to justify its true value. Even the wrong person could wage war to own it. The wrong time could insist for its rights. The wrong circumstances could justify for its existence.
True love is not uncontrolled madness. It follows the path of common sense, of sound principles, and of clean moral values.
The seeds of true love must be planted on the right side – right side of morality, right side discretion, and right side of principles. Of truth, it raises its banner. Of virtue, it fights for honor. Of victory, it shares the loot-of-war.
On the wrong side, love cannot sustain. It cannot survive the journey of patience, understanding, tolerance, and deference. On the right side, love knows the value of its worth – the backbone and the unsung hero of the glories of true love.