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07 Mar

In a strictly biological sense this trope is fairly logical.

Without death, an immortal population would constantly grow and eventually crowd themselves out and deplete their resources.

We mistakenly have looked at love as a need to be fulfilled, but love is only a gift given to us. Someone misses you so much, its not your family nor your relatives.

We should not hold it in our hands, for we may never find the strength to let it go when it decides to leave. Its not even your best friend nor your closest pal.

Best to wait for the one you love than one who is around.

Best to wait for the right one because life is too short to waste on just someone.14.

It's more like adoption and a new immortal being Happily Adopted is certainly possible.

Another common twist is to have immortals that are quite fertile/potent but whose children are completely or near-completely mortal.

In many works of fiction featuring immortality, the immortals in question are sterile or infertile: they cannot have children.

Legacy Immortality is both impossible and unnecessary.

In love, very rarely do we win but when love is true, even if you lose, you still win just for having the tingle of loving someone more than you love yourself.11.

There comes a time when we have to stop loving someone not because that person has stopped loving us but because we have found out that they’d be happier if we let go.12.