[written in 2006ishh]
Years ago I came to the conclusion that the meaning of life is to find your sole mate, right there with following your passions in life!
I’ve come to learn that the trick to that is to find someone, that even though they may not share the same passions as you. They accept them and they make your passions their own. Because in the end, all you want is to see that person as happy as possible. Anyone that can’t accept your passions and your goals probably has no point for being in your life as much as they are.
I have always been told that EVERY GOOD THING COMES FROM HARD WORK. Which I couldn’t agree more! But how much work are you willing to put in? And most important, are they matching your efforts?
And if their not, then it will never work… no matter how hard you try!
“Vision is not seeing things as they are, but as they will be”.
I’ve learned no matter how experienced you are, there will always be different problems that come along. If you dont have patience and the willingness to forgive. Then you’re headed for disaster before any problems occur. You may as well save some time and enjoy the joys of single life. Although if you’re afraid of being alone, you’ll just jump into another relationship only to find that the same outcome is going to happen until you change yourself. Which brings me to the “word of the day” – patience (colbert report)
I would definitely have to say patience would be the one thing that makes a relationship work. (Trust Is always 1 , and “compromise” not far behind).
If you don’t have the patience… then you’ll probably never be able to compromise when problems come along. I mean who really wants to deal with problems, but they happen to everyone! And in the end, its how you deal with them that makes you who you are. If you don’t expect problems to come then you should definitely try to lay low from the dating scene for a while and stick to blockbuster nights. I mean even the characters in the movie “notebook” had their share. And thats every girls favorite flick!
Like most things in life, people learn from trial and error and relationships is one of them.
So is it better to have loved and lost or to never have loved at all?
Both pretty much suck a$$ really…but you definitely learn a lot from loving and lost, then never at all.
So whenever something doesnt work out, just take it as a lesson learned and consider yourself that much closer to what your really looking for.