Aren't we all?
What other word describes people who seek out something as volatile and painful as love on a daily basis? And those same people turn around and say that it's all worth the result when the unattainable love is somehow reached.
But honestly, is wanting to fall in love so crazy? Is it wrong to savor the pain? To be thankful for the wrong things that taught you about what's right?
And not at all.
We all, and that is no exaggeration, want love. Those who say they don't are lying to themselves first and to others out of habit of lying to themselves.
We want it for different reasons.
Some people want love because they can't figure out how to love themselves. Some want it because they have so much love to give and they're sure that they deserve to be loved as well. And others want love because they see it in the movies and on television and they hear about it in poetry and songs and read about it in books and sonnets and they want nothing more than to experience it for themselves.
Truthfully, we all want love and we all want the journey to get there to be difficult. That's what we expect. That's what we yearn for. Some of us have already attained it. Some are still on the broken road.
But all of us will one day be there and know that we were right all along. Love is worth every volatile and painful second.
And we weren't crazy after all.