[PDF] Indigo Eyes by Maeve Hazel

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Indigo Eyes by Maeve Hazel Review/Summary
Writer: Maeve Hazel
Publication ---
ISBN-13 979-8353410034
Language: English
Genre: Romance
Best Sellers Rank: #3,835 in Kindle Store
Customer review 4.1/5
Publish Date: ---

The idea that love is predestined suggests that there is a predetermined course of events that will lead to the experience of love. It implies that we have little control over who we fall in love with or when we will meet that person.

However, the perspective offered in this passage suggests that love is not necessarily predestined but rather something that is meant to heal us. The author believes that love is rooted in something intangible, something that cannot be seen, touched or smelled but only felt.

The author suggests that when we encounter the right person, we don't need time to love them. Love develops gradually, and our brain processes the emotion over time. The author also believes that love exists within us even when we are unaware of it.

The author then shares a personal experience with Elias Madden, who slowly made his way into the author's soul, sending signals to their brain that were initially ignored. This experience demonstrates that love can be a slow process and that we may not immediately recognize it when it is happening.

Overall, while the concept of predestined love may have some merit, the author argues that love is more about the healing process and that it exists within us all along, waiting to be discovered.

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