January 20, 2002
The reality unsought by romantic dreamers regarding the real extent of eternity is always indiscriminately espoused when delivering the term of the lifespan of love or a passion towards the object of that affection. Mortal love is fleeting to the real span of forever despite the excessive numbers but one cannot blame for the results of amorous intoxication, which includes a promise made that a love will last forever. This commonplace exaggeration may be justified when progenitation is the byproduct carried beyond mortality and the continuous offspring complements the success of fulfilling that promise. Still, forever can never be over.