Charlie: On the reasons to stop seeing her side we have: One, on going physical danger. Two, high likely-hood of a broken heart. Three, uh career sabotage. Four, she is clinically insane. Five, she seems to enjoy my pain. Six, fourteen piece matched set of Louis Vuitton emotional baggage. Seven, I haven't even kissed her yet, for God's sakes. Uh eight, she's ruining my life.
Leo: And the reasons to keep seeing her?
Charlie: I'm in love with her.
That was quotation from a film I accidentally watched in late night, entitled 'My Sassy Girl' (adapted from Korean film with same name). FYI, I don't usually watch films with such genre, but it can't be helped when I kind of experienced what depicted in the story myself. Lol.
"Blind love", one might say, seeing how Charlie's taking of the risks he may face if he keeps seeing the girl he loves. I guess that shows what some people consider as irrationality (besides mysticism and transcendental stuffs) lies on people's mind (or heart). I mean, what is the point to keep being with girl who seems not to care about you; selfish, self-centered, and especially when she seems to ruin your life? That is clearly irrational.
But, to some, the so-called blind love is not considered as irrationality, but instead a rational sacrifice to gain other means -- that is, that certain person's heart. One might consider that as wishful thinking, but at least that 'thinking' is not without 'trying'.
Anyway, in the film, Charlie got the ending he has always wanted -- to actually be with the girl he loves. He deserved that after he has gone through much sacrifices. Yet in real life things can't always be as good as depicted in films. Nevertheless, there is nothing we can do but progress. Because we have to see how the story ends.
...whatever. I praise anyone who actually cares to read this wall of text.