“Society Is The Third Wheel In India’s Love Story”

Yes, I do believe that society is the third wheel in India’s love story. We can’t think about pure love just because of this wheel. We lock our hearts with the fear key. That’s why, in India’s love, there is a lot of failures. Many times, we open that fear key with the lying key. We know everything, but we just play cool hiding the deep pain inside us by using a faking mask. We know that we are going to hurt someone, even ourselves too but still, we do so continuously again and again just because of the third wheel.

Many times, we don’t even open our heart’s lock and leave it to rust. Love can be felt, lived by some, while it’s an abstract concept for those who don’t understand the boundaries but still bind it by third-wheeling. This causes inner wounds invisible to the naked eyes, and that gives birth to a dangerous person, one who hurts themselves or anyone nearby.

This is the problem which creates another third-wheel king who is going to save that world of people generated by them, while these people try to hide their inner soul’s pain from another. Please let them open up to love. Otherwise, we will see lives full of hate in future, don’t push anyone to choose love as per the choice of the third wheel. Believe me, it’s the main reason behind people getting depression, anxiety, anger issues etc. Save the world with love; it’s really important.

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