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Love is Blind I am sitting at my desk and suddenly it hits me a beautiful idea for a new website that one and only offering to catapult my entrepreneurial fantasies into instant success I am confident it will work I know everyone will visit the site Even my family loves the idea I invest a good deal of time and a substantial amount of money developing and marketing this website I love but a year passes and the sole visitor to the site is I What at first seemed like an exciting profitable new concept is now just an extremely expensive disappointing under-taking for my company How could this have happened Well quite simply I was blinded by love and I fell for the wrong product More than a mere business decision the product became a powerful new passion for me The obsession for this new idea was so strong that even a normal businessman would ignore logic to pursue the glittering profits they felt it promised As ironic as it is this is not an unusual problem Yes love is blind but I guess thats what real love is your blind to the things you dont like about that person or your blind to their faults or the way they hurt you Consequently although one may fail they simply keep coming back for more Gaining peace though is not the lovers primary goal This is because the beloved has become the most precious thing in the universe to the lover Someone to be nurtured cared for and cherished The lover will go to any lengths to meet the beloveds every need to the point of endangering or even losing his or her own life This is even exemplified in Romeo and Juliet when Juliet finds out Romeo is dead she kills herself too just so that she can die with him by her side Therefore the happiness and welfare
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