Love is Blind

From infancy, we're taught a certain characteristic of beauty. It's usually comprised of pretty eyes, soft skin, nice hair, and attractive body parts. People are characterized as beautiful when these attributes are superior than others. Most often people fall in love with these attributes, not the person.
Let's be honest. I know many people with superior attributes that are fucking assholes. They can attract a man or a woman but, as time goes on, Mother Nature takes her toll, and the attributes become less favorable. Then you're just stuck with a fucking asshole.
This is why it's so important to love a person for the content of their character. When you love someone, their attributes may attract you to them but the content of their character is what keeps you together. It's just like when you see older couples together and the old man can't fuck no more, his muscles have turned to fat, his six pack now makes him look like he's pregnant, yet to the one that loves him, he is the most gorgeous man in the world.
For those men who marry a woman because of her fine attributes and her trophyism, they are soon disappointed after she has two kids and her tits start to droop, her ass starts to sag, varicose veins start to show in her legs, cottage cheese develops on her thighs, and has wrinkles her face, not to mention the liver spots on her hand, it usually ends in divorce.

In life, true love is hard to find because everyone is looking for beauty and not love. The common destiny for both men and women is old age and a lack of beautiful, physical attributes. So if you marry for beauty only, you're only fooling yourself. It's only temporary. People that are truly, really in love cannot see the deterioration of physical beauty. They only see the beauty within. When it comes to true and everlasting love, love is blind.

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