When you love someone, there’s a pattern to the way you come together. You might not even realize it, but your bodies are choreographed: a touch on the hip, a stroke of the hair. A staccato kiss, break away, a longer one. It’s a routine, but not in the boring sense of the word. It’s just the way you’ve learned to fit.19 Minutes by Jodi Picoult (via Confuzzzled)
Everybody is saying that we are too young to fall in love but never too young to hate. Why is that so? Isn’t love and hate are both strong feelings? I realized that in love, age doesn’t really matter. No one is too young or too old to fall in love. As long as you know that your love is real, then, what’s holding you back? Love comes to our lives in different times. Some people experience love too early, some just right and others too late. That’s the reason why some lovers are too young and and the others are too old but that’s not the whole point of falling in love. As long as you know how to express your feelings, as long as you know how to balance your priorities with love, as long as the impact of love is positive in your life, then, you are never too young to fall in love.