Romantic love may also be considered as a confusing mix of two important forms of love. The first is a natural urge toward an inner world, associated with spiritual aspiration. The second is a love for people in the flesh. It is through the inappropriate projection of the ideals associated with the first onto a specific person, that people are entrapped in dependency. This projection prevents any meaningful relationship with the person-in-the-flesh who can only occasionally live up to the ideal. The resulting disappointments undermine what might otherwise develop into a fruitful relationship. The great flaw in romantic love is that it seeks one relationship but forgets the other.