Why do people say to other people
"It will be alright. I love you, and you can always call me."
Are they doing that for the other person, or for themselves?
Of COURSE they think its for the other person.
But I think its for themselves.
They feel better if they can help someone.
They feel better if they have pledged their loyalty.
They feel like they have completed some obligation as a friend, and therefore a "good friend."
Well, BULL on that.
You arent a friend until you realize that maybe you shouldn't offer them your hand and sit back, but maybe go and hug them, and try to be their friend. Instead of waiting on that sideline as they die inside.
Help them find their answers and give them a shoulder to cry on.
It is not about you, it is about them. So get over the entire idea until you are ready to go to them without your sense of pride or anything else but pure love for them.
I don't think many people even realize this. And they think they truly do love.
Hardly anyone knows real love in this world.
its pointless for me to keep going. You can't explain these things, you haveto realize love, not explain it to eachother.