Wednesday, March 25, 2009

.cinta sempurna.

Cinta Sempurna by Yuna.



Aku manusia lemah


Selalu terjatuh


Berbeda aku darimu


Kau berdiri teguh.



Aku serba tiada


Aku kekurangan


Dan bila kau tiba


Aku hilang dari kewujudan.



Bukan aku tak pernah


Mengerti dirimu


Ku sanjung setiap kata cinta


Kau berikan aku.



Hilangkan rasa itu


Akhirkan semua


Dan bila kau sedar


Aku hilang dari kewujudan.



Sempurnanya sifatmu


Tulusnya hatimu


Jujurnya niatmu


Tingginya kesabaranmu.



Lepaskanlah diriku


Kerna aku tak mampu


Menanggung sebuah cinta sempurna


Darimu… darimu.




Was taking a break from studying (ehem2. see I made me sound so hardworking there? Haha I wish baba’s reading this. lol) when this song knocked wave on my tympanic membrane. So I payed more attention to the lyrics rather than the previous ones aired during study time, when I wasn’t singing along.



At first I hear it, I thought it has religious soul and meaning or something,



“Aku serba tiada


Aku kekurangan


Dan bila kau tiba


Aku hilang dari kewujudan.



Sempurnanya sifatmu


Tulusnya hatimu


Jujurnya niatmu


Tingginya kesabaranmu.”



Kan, kan? I mean, who’s perfect?



But then, there’s this



“Lepaskanlah diriku


Kerna aku tak mampu


Menanggung sebuah cinta sempurna


Darimu… darimu.”



Who wants to be AWAY from His love?



So I figured, it’s a ‘humane’ love song. Hehe..



I bet it’s the nature of every couple. You know, to feel that their partner is perfect. Nobody else is. The one. Thus love flows unconditionally (you think).



But there’s sayings that pointed out, ‘do not hate too much for you might love then, and do not love too deep for you may eventually hate’. Ever heard of that before? I think it was hadith or something, but I don’t dare to say so without further research, I might be blamed for putting up false hadith. Yikes!



Listening to the song, I think someone may have loved a little bit too deep, (i know, some of you might be thinking, "love too deep"? is that even possible?) that he may have ‘intimidated’ the partner who is still insecure about herself. Not everyone is at the same level of everything. Even in loving. It’s not “love me back”. It’s “let me love”, and you allow one to reciprocate at his/her own pace. And if you love, you have faith. In one, for he/she may too, and in God, for you know there’s the best for you even it’s not him/her.



Just now, “it’s nature for lovebirds to feel that their partner is perfect.” So what happens when one feels insecure about his/herself?



It’s not doubt about ‘the one’, it’s just that, one may not love ultimately when he/she is yet to love him/herself. When someone thinks like that, you know one started to feel the ‘receiving’ is too much than the ‘giving’. And one would rethink about him/herself. And when you are in a diverged point of life, you know that there’s one path, usually less traveled by, to turn to. I’m not trying to be a goody-two-shoes, saying that only God knows best. But hey, we all know He is.



Well that’s my opininon. From my little much knowings.



You are insecure Because


Your belief is not sustained


By the inner faith.


You are insecure


Because


Your faith is not sustained


By the unconditional surrender.



You are insecure


Because


Your surrender has not


Breathed the life of oneness supreme.




Excerpt from “Dance of Life Part 4” by Sri Chinmoy
























2 comments:

  1. I luv dis quote "It’s not "love me back". It’s "let me love""..ha3 bole copy?

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  2. got to agree with u there.
    sometimes its not the case of not receiving enough love but not having enough to give back.
    in your case, you say it could be because of the feeling of inferiority.

    but to me,if 'The One' really does show his/her sincerity that we no longer hesitate or feel inferior, then I think thats when the beauty happens.
    the beauty of love, I mean. when people accept each other despite the many flaws and just become perfect in each other's eyes. nothing else matters.
    :)

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