"Some people are worth melting for." -- this short but sweet sentence said by the cute snowman Olaf keeps running in my head after I watched the Disney movie Frozen.
I like how true love is illustrated in Frozen. This time, it's not the love between the prince and the princess any more like most of other Disney movies. It's more about the love in a family, the love between sisters. Having a younger sister myself, I had a really deep feeling about this sisters' love.
Love is not just a kiss. It's not about having the same interests. It's not only about having similar thoughts. It's not about how you feel about another one at one moment. It's about the effort you're willing to put on another person with no request for paying back. It lasts not for a moment, but for ever. True love is sacrifice -- willing to melt yourself for someone's goods.
It's easy to say "I love you" between couples these days, but what about "I can sacrifice for you"? Not so easy huh? Yet that's what love actually means. True love is -- when you see who you love gets hurt, you will not only feel hurt but also try to heal his/her wound; when you see your loved one is getting stuck, you will help him/her out; when you see your loved one is in danger, you will save him/her by whatever it takes.
I believe that I'm worth melting for (at least to my family), and I'm learning how to melt for others. Hope you'll find the people who are worth melting for and figure out how to melt for them. :)
More great stuff to read:
Nothing - A poem about a breakup story
An Open Letter to Whom I Don't Want to Let Go Of
The Family - A poem about a sad family