Stalking or Living?
In life we are taught that there is the one you will spend the rest of your life with. The One you are supposed to marry, the one you are supposed to have children with. Dating’s intentions are just a mission to find the one.
I started wondering why we are all so determined to find the end to our life? Are we not supposed to enjoy life as it comes? See when dating you must have something to interest a partner other than pure sexual attraction (Lesson of the week: sexual attraction will only take to so far than your personality does the rest). If you are so busy looking for “the one” when they come alone you just might not have anything to offer beside they quest of finding them. Which in a way seems like emotional stalking. Dating is never a waste but its like medication; you must only take it in small dosage because you can become addicted and ruin your life.
Don’t be afraid your life will end; be afraid that it will never begin.- Grace Hansen
Love isn’t blind. Love makes you blind.
The purpose of life is a life of purpose. ~Robert Byrne
I came to realize something last night. I have been so caught up in my quest to find, be with or return to the love of my life that I lost all sight the other things that believe in.
In the beginning of my past relationships I had always had sight of what I believe in. My morals and goals I have for myself are stronger then that quest. It is human to seek companionship but is it human to give up everything for someone?
In hind sight, I didn’t so much give it up as much as I forgot about it. The feeling of being in love made me lose the greater purpose in my life; fighting for what I believe in.
This post isn’t particularly like the others but for good reason. It’s about being more then someone who is constantly seeking love. Be who you are, stand for what you believe in and I honestly think the one love of your life with be doing the same. Strong mutual views creates a stronger love.