The Illusion of Love, the Reality of Hate!

Throughout my existence, I’ve come across people who do not believe in love. These people cannot have the slightest space in their minds and hearts to believe that love is real, let alone attempting to find or give out one.

To such people, love is an illusion being championed by a multitude of disappointed individuals who find comfort in reassuring themselves that love is the greatest, that conquers all.

Like other things, this class of cynics are of the mind-set that love is an illusion and there is no need to encourage it.

Even if they’ve never experienced love before or cannot measure the genuineness of what people may express as love for them, have they not come in contact with HATE before?

Ironically, the disbelief in love does not stretch to HATE—such people have seen HATE at work and they have every reason to believe it is real. And yet, forget to see the beauty, order and calmness embedded in love…

If HATE is real, you do not have to look far for LOVE, it is simply the force that has kept us going—the true smile we see each day from the people who care about us.

Anytime someone tells you LOVE is an illusion, ask the person if HATE is equally an illusion. Like most things, you must open your heart to experience and enjoy the true beauty of love

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Chris-Vincent Agyapong Febiri

I am a Freelance Journalist/Blogger, a Film Critic and a Human Rights Advocate. I am the author of the popular eBook “Success is a Right, Not A Privilege.” Currently, apart from this blog, I am the Editor of the Biggest & Premium Ghanaian Entertainment online media property-GhanaCelebrities.Com and the vibrant truth-saying blog, BrutalyUncensored.Com.

  • ivy

    I think the only way you will not believe in love is about our past experience.
    you have hurt, burn so many times even when you not to love you do it anyway and still you get hurt, than you begin to lose hope.


    Chris-Vincent Agyapong Febiri Reply:

    Yeah, it is perfectly human to lose hope in things when you have had bad experiences as you noted…But as I always say, it is common that wherever there is negative, there is also a positive charge—probably not so clear as the negative but it is def out there.


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