In life, we meet all sorts of people. Some people will stay in our hearts as unforgettable friends, some stay only for a short while, while some will always have a special place in our hearts. Whether it be a fortune or not, some of us go through many relationships before we finally decide to spend the rest of our lives with the ideal man or woman.
Some ladies do not have to experience so many relationships to realize that “the one” is the only and first one. Sometimes I wonder, is there such a thing as, loving the right person at the right time?
Indeed the greatest ironies of life is loving the right person at the wrong time, having the wrong person when the time is right and finding out you love someone right after that person walks out of your life. The mere fact that someone shows a bit of interest does not mean they are a suitable match for you for a lifetime journey. In the end, it isn’t just strong affection or love that makes a relationship work. It’s how compatible you are and how you deal with the little day-to-day things that count.
We are all seeking that, that special person who will be our partner for life, fill our hearts to share simple pleasures and together get rid of a cargo of loneliness, which so quickly takes away forces and fills a life with grief and disappointment.
If you’ve been through enough relationships, you begin to suspect there’s no right person, just different flavors of wrong. Why is this? Because you yourself are wrong in some way, and you seek out partners who are wrong in some complementary way. Remember there is difference between like, high sense of like, love and lust.
The gentleman you clamor for because he is rich and drives you crazy with his pulchritudinous look on your Facebook and Twitter feeds and the lady on Instagram that you itch to date and possibly marry because she looks pretty, hot and tempting and responsible from the look of her photos and posts might not be “the one”, simply because she may not poses the qualities you need in your ideal partner being respect, care, attention or romance.
There is a dictum that says Love, no matter how hard you try to find it, you won’t see it. No matter how hard you try, you won’t get it. But when you’re about to give up, it comes.
Sometimes things we are looking for are right in front of us – too close for eyes to see. So close your eyes, and let your heart see itself. If you haven’t found your match yet don’t worry, your time will come. Things done in a hasty manner always do not last long.
Love is both an action and a feeling. Indeed, every youthful amorous relationship that can be catapulted into successful marriage without any speck of doubt can only be sustained with
Respect for religion and tribe
My simple advice to my pretty ladies and gents reading this piece is that, hold every person on social media who expresses true undiluted love and affection close to your heart regardless of his or her look and financial prowess because one day you may wake up and realize that you’ve lost a diamond while you were too busy collecting beautiful broken glasses. I will entreat any single man or lady reading this piece, to relax, “the one” as your friend or follower on your social media account will come at the right time. Just when you will think that love could never be a part of you, that is when that special one will come to show you pure undiluted love and happiness. Don’t marry because of age, marry because of true affection, care, chemistry and love.
THANK YOU FOR READING.
(The Village Talkative)