Hmmm, for oratory purposes, ’tis simply an awesome quote. However, why does it feel illusional?
“Unless it is mad, passionate, extraordinary love, it’s a waste of time. There are many mediocre things in life – love should not be one of them.” Unknown
So, why did he think the state of being crazily in love with someone, as a progressive series of acts and actions; during which they will stumble and fall. However, as long as they get up after every fall then, that utopian state of ‘love’ will simply not elude them?