Loving someone with your whole heart is frightening. To allow someone to come close enough to see your fault lines, your tremors, your cracks and your crevices is an act of valour. To invite someone in your house, to trust them to not break the perishables, to not stab you where it hurts the most requires infinite courage. Yet we do it. More often than not, we believe in human beings because we are children of light. We expect good from others. Everyone needs some good in their lives. But more importantly, everyone needs someone who believes the good in them.