100 Blog Days, 100 Days of Blogging

Day 3 of 100

“We accept the love we think we deserve”

-Bill, The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky

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Why I like it

The statement itself is simple, but the meaning behind it is so deep and profound that I think of this quote many times when I see mismatched love and sad break ups that shatter people because one person was too gullible to understand they deserved better.

Why it finds a place in my top 100

Love is exhilarating, it is strengthening and immensely gratifying – if it is right and luckily reciprocated. But it is also one of the most misused, misrepresented, misunderstood concepts of all time. People who are genuinely capable of love in its purest form are riddled with self doubts, unsure if they should enjoy what they have or feel inadequate. The compromises come in and it isn’t long before the weaker one is completely thrashed emotionally and sometimes even physically.

Love itself is a queer concept – because people end up naming many of their stupid actions as ‘love’. And it is not rare to see people settling down for less because they are sure this is what their destiny is, this is what they deserve. But love isn’t about acceptance. It is about feeling special, cherished and being made to realise that everyone is unique and deserves to live and love to the fullest, always.

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2 thoughts on “Day 3 of 100”

  1. I think it works the other way. People letting go because they think they don’t deserve that love from that person. Not that they deserve more than that. But I guess that it could mean this way too. It is an interesting quote, for sure.

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