Do you believe in true love?

Robert McRill believes in true love.

The Puyallup Post

Robert McRill


Believing in true love is like believing in the wind. You can’t see it. You can’t touch it. But, if you feel a breeze, you will likely get cold.

You might say, “But I see the trees swaying back and forth, and I see the leaves blowing across the ground. I can see the wind.”

No, you can’t. You can see the effect the wind has upon certain variables within a given circumstance; however, seeing the effect of the wind is not seeing the wind itself. You can see the influence that the wind has, but you cannot see the wind.

I always have believed in true love, but nothing I say will sway anyone’s opinion. People believe in true love because of what they have seen or because of what they have felt.

I can’t see true love. But I know that true love exists. I know simply by watching the world around me and by seeing the influence that true love has had upon those that I care for the most.

I can see its effect in books, music, and movies. I see it in some of my friends. And I see true love when I look at my parents.

Above all else, I believe in true love because… I want to believe in it.

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Do you believe in true love?

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