Tuesday, March 12, 2013
Someone once said, ~When you're truly in love, being faithful isn't a sacrifice, it's a joy.~ Without a doubt, love and faithfulness is considerably rare these days to have when it comes to a potential and/or significant relationship. Yet, both most definitely do exist as there are a number of perfect examples involving couples who haven't sacrificed what being faithful means in order to experience absolute true happiness. In any case, it's a simple concept indeed to be lovingly faithful to one person for the rest of your life so much so it puts a smile on not only your face just thinking about it, but theirs as well. Unfortunately, for some guy/girls the reality of being with one person for a lifetime truly scares them to no end, which it shouldn't because of how much joy it will certainly bring into their lives. Let me ask this question to each and every one of you, what does being faithful mean to you? By definition, faithful means a long continued and steadfast fidelity to whatever one is bound to be a pledge, duty, or obligation. I think it's safe to say every person wants to experience a type of fidelity where the guy/girl's heart will never stray and be forever be yours. True, to be bound together in love by way of heartfelt words/vows and a wedding ring signify a longstanding faithfulness is worthy of being absolutely memorable, as well as worthwhile. Let me tell you something, so few get the chance to experience what most feel who are jaded today due to constant utter heartbreak is merely pure fantasy but in actuality it's quite real. If you think about it, there is a deluded mindset in which two people agree on having an open relationship and yet establish some sort of faithfulness for one another. Granted, there may possibly be enjoyment of partaking in the best of both worlds but the relationship suffers because of one of main key or should I say vital thing that is sacrificed...respect. The lack of respect given to one another shows that even though you're together there is an immense disconnect to where both of you will never or have a clear understanding for that matter of the true meaning of joy. You see, it's a sad state of affairs for those in open relationships sacrificing important aspects of love/true love he/she are deserving of whereas for others they cherish and hold on it knowing full well how luck they are to have it. For the question can be asked to those who are either in a committed relationship, engaged or married for that matter, how/when did you know you wanted to be 100% faithful to the man/woman you love with all your heart? Thinking about it, the question itself has many difference answers and at the same time they all are important when it pertains to matters of the heart. Of course, to be faithful mentally, personally, physically, spiritually, and not to mention emotionally shows a strong bond established in every sense of the word to the point where your left with no uncertainly whatsoever you're heart will never be betrayed. What it primarily comes down to is the desire of wanting to work together to have such a strong commitment instead of being it just one sided. In retrospect, there comes a point where it's hard to believe people have the ability to stay faithful. Women, more often than not, believe this to be true evident by their own past experiences concerning the guys they've dated, been in a significant relationship with, or been married to. However, one has to remind the female species not all guys are like this and aren't the best representation of men who have in their life a strong male role model to go by...but I digress. Ultimately, it's just a matter of meeting the right guy/girl who proves to you how serious being faithful is and they're just aren't plain words or actions to him or her. In the end, when you do finally stand in front of/meet your best friend for life you'll somehow know and believe he'll/she'll be faithfully bound to you always.