In Hungarian many things are so complicated but logically explained and there’s a reason for almost everything happening as it is.
Teacher once told me: “You must have heard how they say ‘I love you’ “. But I didn’t. I have never heard. I knew how to count before attended my first lesson, but I never thought of saying ‘I love you’ on Hungarian. So she told me the word and said that everyone keep repeating it but no one actually asks why is it written and pronounced like that.
Szeretlek looks like this in 3rd conjugation because this one is used when explaining relation between subject and object. In other words, it demands an object in order to be used like this.
Love, same as 3rd conjugation demands an object and it’s funny how grammar and life interfere like this.
Talking about life I keep asking myself questions. And I keep thinking is it real to be like this. Where is that love and where is that demanded object?
I only keep finding objects with no relations between me and it and there is of course no love and no conjugation at all. What is wrong with conjugations and which one is it now?
Talking with my friends it seems like we all have the same problem. Somehow it is always indefinite. It is so indefinite that in the end it stops existing. When one tries to make it definite they get to know the painful truth – won’t gonna happen. And that is pattern which keeps repeating.
My question is – what are people really looking for in each others? What makes the other so unworthy to you?
I don’t believe that men are afraid of successful women. If he likes you – he likes you. But I don’t know where have that love gone and when is it going to come back to all of us.
There are so many things that I’m good at. I’m not sure if it delights them or scares them. But I just want someone who’d be nice to me and love and respect me. To ask me out, to date me, to have plans with me, to love me. Szeretlek. To be someone’s object.
And I keep missing him. I missed him so many times. I’ll be out of ammunition if I keep it this way but somehow I don’t see the solution. Where is my definite object?