As was shown by my own research in this post, the Eternal Feminine of European women has been successfully attacked and reduced to a margin.
There were, and still are, females who are a true embodiment of their everlasting feminine spirit, ones who value eternal love, faithfulness and dedication to the right man, who treats them in equally gallant and sincere way. The chivalrous ways of the European people live on through them.
Elisabeth Ludovika of Bavaria once wrote a letter to her relative, Otto of Greece, after the demise of her husband Friedrich Wilhelm IV of Prussia:
I continue my life in the place which he so loved, so beautified, and where he spent the last moments of his life… A thousand painful memories of the joyful times, and those of his later suffering broke my heart. Nevertheless I endure. Running away from this pain won’t help, the pain always remains, and longing would lead me back here…
The immaculate romanticism of the letter leaves me speechless – it’s the Crown of our emotional complexity and evidence that true love exists and is something most valuable. Let it be food for thought to those who still have a heart.