Are Our Greatest Loves Just The Most Mysterious?

Thought Catalog

I had coffee with a friend this morning and she brought up a guy I was briefly enamored with a few years ago. I’m the kind of person that doesn’t find an intellectual connection with someone very often, because I’m interested in weird things like religion and aliens and philosophy so like, for instance, when I can have a conversation with someone about conspiracy theories surround Thomas Merton’s death, I’m like, half in love already. That kind of connection is so rare, it burns like fire and creates an infatuation all on it’s own.

This happened with the man in question, and that kind of mutual awe you feel when you have such great conversations is something you both acknowledge. He said he was just as happy and we shared some particularly steamy hook up sessions. But he also said he wasn’t right for me, without explanation, and without having…

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