Love is rarely boundless, hesitant reservations still exist in even the most unrequited relationships. Permanence is not guaranteed. Once all potential has diminished to an equal amount compared to ambition, then and only then are the boundaries broadened. It’s this equilibrium whereupon the foundation of a selfless love can be built. Prior, there is always a refusal to give oneself fully, even if this reluctance is unknown to the parties involved.
This platform I describe is rarely laid before middle age. This lends itself as agreement to early philosophical belief that the young cannot know happiness. A full life of experience must first be realized. One must have passed that moment in their life when the anxiety of ones insecure personal conviction to the relationship is relieved by final faithful acceptance and then cemented into permanence.
It must also coincide with the belief that their partner has reached this same state. If these plateaus are not reached, the state of flux will always play a factor in the quality of personal happiness each shall experience.
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